Question about 2005 Chevrolet Impala LS
The only way to get it to turn off is to disconnect the battery. Why won't it turn off?
Posted by Anonymous on
If the vehicle is equipped with dual climate control system ir : seperate temperature control for the passenger and driver and the speed is non-adjustable then the issue is with the high speed control relay module. This is under the right passenger compartment and located behind the blower motor slightly to the left and has 6 or 7 pin connector. They are typically called blower motor resistors. the factory blower speed contro; module is held to the heater control box using plastic welds so there is a need for 2 8 millimeter self taping screws when replacing the unit. The unit (module) cost is roughly $48.00 at AutoZone and is not very difficult to replace.
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