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No heat Yeah i have a slightly different problem... I have no heat. My truck makes a ticking noise under the dash when i turn my truck on and off. I replaced my blower motor, still have no heat, and it still ticks. What is this a symptom of and how do I fix it on my own? -And can someone find a diagram of what the problem is?

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  • whitemaleher Mar 05, 2009

    I have a 1989 Chevy pickup truck and Im preatty sure that the wiring harness are the same maybe a little different considering you probably have electronic devices... but my a/c heating system inside the truck completely went out I ended up finding the problem on a connecter behind the glovebox should be 4 screws to get that black plastic cover off and just check your connectors...



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Check blower motor resistor its a little chip thats usually next to the blower motor. the same thing happened to me i bought a $160 motor replaced it and nothing, so i tried the $20 resistor and that did it i wish i would have tried the resistor first but you live you learn.

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  • Trevor Tourond Mar 11, 2009

    oh and by the way when i did mine it was a ***** to get a wrench/socket in there so i just broke the old one out and backed the screws by hand then when i put the new one in i just tightend them as much as i could by hand it doesnt need to super tight and i havent had a problem since



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