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We have a 1988 GMC K-5 blazer that the heater only works part of the time. Some times it will blow out air and some times it will not. I am thinking it is probably the blower motor. Where about in heater assembly is the blower motor located?? Thanks.

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  • hartman1984 Mar 12, 2009

    The blower motor for the heater and AC are not one in the same are they?

  • hartman1984 Mar 12, 2009

    Thank you so much for the info, much appreciated.

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The blower motor should be located on passenger side under hood, attached to firewall with little screws.

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  • Richard Delahant Mar 12, 2009

    Yes, the same motor is for the ac and heat. There are vaccum operated diaphrams under the dash that switch from heat to cool air when selected to do so. Some of them are operated by cables.

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