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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had similar problem. There is a small electrical card that is behind the blower motor up into the unit. it is the part that the wires plug into. It has traces on the card that, when you select a speed, will allow current to flow to the motor. The trace that was for the #5 setting had opened up. I had to solder a wire across the trace. got my #5 back. This resistor card shoud be availble at GM dealers if you do not have the know how to fix it.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
Go on the passengers side under the dash you will find the blower motor.You may have to remove the insulator panel to see underneath.Usually a couple of screws or plastic push pins.There`s a connector that goes from the blower motor to the blower resister.The problem is usually the resistor.You will need to check the connector out very carefully because they get hot and melt.If this is the case you need to replace both the resistor and the connector.Most dealerships stock these parts. Hope this helps.Good luck.
Posted on Dec 05, 2011
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