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Heater fan stop working in a 1996 sierra truck

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Did all speeds stop working or does it have high only?
if none of the speeds are working then you need to verify you are getting voltage to the motor, if you have voltage the motor is out, no voltage check the heater control relay.
if it blows only on high then its the blower motor resistor located in the duct work under the dash around the glove box area

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