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Loose wire that runs from blower to fan switch at ac control panel....where does it go? its a 94 chevy s10 pickup

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SOURCE: blower control switch

I had this same problem and it turned out to be a simple fix,my problem was the hot wire contact on the blower itself.Fix was cleaning the contact w/sandpaper and replacing the part on the hot wire that connects to it.

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do have any power on either wire going to the blower. the power runs from the fuse block through a relay, to the blower, to the resistor block and finally to the dash control. of you have power only on one side of the blower replace the blower. if you have no power at the blower replace the relay.

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unscrew the inside handle and pop of the window arm....then slowly work your way around the panel poping loose the plastic rivits on the inside edge...lift panel upwards to unhang it from window lip...thats the plastic panel...the metal panel inside that is pretty self explanitory..unscrew and take off the clips holding the controle arms to it and use caution as parts are very sharp and will slice your fingers and hands.

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It is the thumb wheel just to the right of the headlight switch. Runs up and down. Also just below air vent.

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SOURCE: 1997 Chevy S10 pickup Fan switch for heater runs on high only.

replace the blower motor resistor located on the heater box were the blower motor is located the wiring to the blower may go to it. This is very easy to locate if you buy the part first.

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