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SOURCE: ac fan motor doesnt work on low speeds only on

I will assume the heater fan also doesn't work on low. You will need to replace the fan speed selector switch

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You probably need a camshaft position actuator solenoid. 12597025 is the gm part number and its on the passenger side of cylinder head at the front of engine. They gave trouble when they first came out with this engine on this gm built truck. See www.myisuzuparts.com for a picture.

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