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1993 chevy heater blower motor will not turn off even when the ignition is in the off position

The blower will not turn off and says on after the key is off. is it the switch has been turned off

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SOURCE: 2006 Chevy Impala - Heater

the blower motor resistor is damaged probably in the process of removing the heater core replace the blower motor resistor, and please dont forget to rate me!!

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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SOURCE: Blower motor stays on high, even with key out

the blower motor speed control module is defective, replace it.

Posted on Dec 24, 2008

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SOURCE: 1998 chevy blazer

check the fuse box under the hood and look for a burnt fuse (30A mini)
mine had the same problem and I check the fuses, found one that was blown,replaced fuse, now I have #4 position working

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If your blower continue to run while the car is turn off it would be your relay sticking. look for the relay, pull the relay see if it stop. if it does replace it. I would first chage out your relay and before you tear up the car. Go to the junk yard and get one of those relay for couple of bucks, instead buying new one from a dealer for 30 bucks and see it that solve the problems.

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SOURCE: 2005 Chevy Impala ignition switch stuck in off position

if it doesnt turn you have a worn out ignition cylinder, the only fix is to replace it, Code the ignition lock cylinder, if necessary

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