Question about 1988 Chrysler Fifth Avenue
I have a 2001 Chevy Blazer 4d2wd. I have twice replaced the blower switch and in each case, the switch works for about a month, then stops working on anything but high. Yesterday when I turned the car off, the blower fan kept running after the engine was off. Strange, I thought, but once I opened the door, the blower shut off - just the radio would do. When I restarted the engine, however, the blower would not come on at all. I tried turning the blower fan to different speeds, the AC on and off - nothing... so I shut off the AC and then shut down the engine. When I restarted the car, the blower came on temporarily, but stopped blowing again while I was driving down the road. Today, I can't get it to come on at all. Where should I begin looking to diagnose the problem here?
It keeps burning out blower resistors because of the blower motor drawing to much amperage so you will need to replace the resistor and blower motor
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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