Question about 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
The blower motor was working on different settings (high/low) if you played with the switch. When you played with switch trying to get it to come on you could hear clicking under the glove box. The heat was on high and then it stopped working all together. The clicking sounds like a relay type click. It did it several times before but it would always come back on when you played with the settings (1 thru 5) Any ideas?
Remove the hush panel under the dash and unplug your blower motor turn the knob and see if its getting power. If it is replace the blower motor. If your heater seems to work on high but not the other 4 settings. replace the blower motor resistor and pigtail (same general location as blower motor)
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
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