Question about 2003 GMC Yukon
Doing this for my husband so bare with me :)
He's got the truck turned right off and the fan is blowing still. He pulled out the fuse for the fan and it still won't shut off and now his battery is going to drain ( and I want to go quading tomorrow!) The fuse for the horn and seat warmers arn't working properly either or are dead.
What the deuce?
i have the same problem on my 2003 yukon, started with the rear heater/a/c fan wouldn't turn off, and was stuck on high. I pulled the fuse intil i had time to look at it. Now, 3 months later, the main heater/a/c fan is doing the same thing, stuck on high, and wont turn off, even with the key turned off. This yukon has the auto climate control
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is the blower motor resistor. it is located under the dash in between the wiring and the blower motor. It is a little hard to remove the attaching screws.Because of the small space to work. But it can be done. It is a small gadget not a resistor as in TV resistor.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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