Question about 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Crew Cab
I am not sure whether the blower motor for the ac is located on the firewall or under the dash. I could really use a diagram.
Its under your pass side dash but start with the resistor first put your blower motor on high and push around on your resistor under your glove box,if it will come on by moving it around its your resistor
Posted on May 22, 2009
To test this, first hot wire blower motor to a known good power source (battery works) If it comes on then its good. Then locate the resistor (usually looks like a flat oval piece of circutboard with several wires coming out of it. Remove and check that the small coils are intact. Then find the relay and check it for proper operation Last, check blower control...make sure switch has power in and out. (check fuse on fuse block first before anything...if blown, replace it if it blows in a short time change the motor...it is drawing too much amperage)
Posted on May 23, 2009
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