Question about 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe
I started my car this morning to warm it up (we're having single digit temps) and 15 minutes later I left my house. My truck was still cold inside. I turned the heater level to 5 but nothing happened. I put my hand in front of the vent and felt hot air but it won't blow. The rear controls haven't worked for approx. 1 year. I tested the AC after I discovered the blower not blowing and the AC wouldn't blow either but I felt cold air instead of hot.
I had the same symptoms...
for the front blower i replaced the resistor pack ( pretty easy) that fixed the front blower. the stock resistor assy was blown up from over heating. dont forget to replace the cabin air filter under the dash in the same place as the resistor pack
as for the read air... i opened up the rear panel to find that the connector was loose.. i tightened it up and all is and has been good for over a year now.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
Your heater blower fan unit is in need of replacement.
It's a difficult job so take it to a service center.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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