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Heater won't work

My blower heater don.t work at all, no heat...any suggestions how trobleshooting

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  • jverdesto Feb 02, 2009

    Thank you guys for yur suggestions, but i found the problem, the grounding wire at the control panel was loose.....thanks

  • Terry Engel May 11, 2010

    Is it that your blower fan doesn't work?



    Let me know please.



    If it is that your fan is not blowing, it's more then likely that a part known as a "resistor block" is your culprit.

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Make sure there is enough anti-freeze in the truck and if it be a while flush the system and replace thermastat and check all the fuses for the blower and if they are good and the power going to the blower is but none is coming from the blower replace the blower itself

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