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Where is the heater blower motor resistor loacated on a 1996

1996 chevy pickup 2500 fwd. Fan started acting up, lost 1,2,3 speeds and now only have 4th. It's a plow truck and I have to have my defrosters LOL

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  • 9200IH Jan 31, 2009

    Thanks Spankie09 Being that this is a plow truck and I am out in cold weather a bunch of times in a pinch I have kicked the black plastic housing under the passenger side dash and the fan would come on and work on any speed I wanted. Not any more just high(4) Does this lean you toward switch or resistor.

    Thanks again

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It is under the dash next to where your passenger feet would be on the floor board.right above a person feet on the pasenger side. Also sounds like the switch in the dish is going out, if only working on high (4). I would replace switch first. Get one out of junk yard at half price.

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  • spankie09 Feb 02, 2009

    The switch in the dash, behind the control panel.

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