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2005 montana sv6 rear blower does not work, used to but then just stopped... front works fine

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Need to verify if you have power going to the fan first if not it may be temperature control module in the rear of vehicle utube can actually walk you thru that process step by step if the fan is digital its control module if fan is a brush motor it may be fan motor
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  • patrick hook Nov 12, 2014

    Where is the blower\fan located in the rear of the van?



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