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Heater blower not working on 2005 Envoy

I have no blowing going on! Its not a fuse and ther is power to it because when i switch from heat to defrost to vent etc. you can hear the vents changing position etc. 1 thur 5 dont work so could it still be the resistor thing you are talking about

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  • yamohn48 Feb 06, 2009

    Im taking it in today to have someone look at it. Will keep you updated. I dont trust myself to not break something.lol

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The blower is on a different fuse than the heat deforst one if the resistor is faulty the fan would run on speed 5 only so still could be fuse or motor check for power to main motor under glove box ??

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It sound like to control panel switch. Can you get to the back of the control panel??? If so, bypass the switch, and connect the two wires with a jumpper wire to see if it start blowing????

Posted on Feb 04, 2009

  • spankie09 Feb 06, 2009

    Yes, if your not sure of yourself???? Always get help!!!! If you lived close to me, I would help you.

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