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Why does my blower motor for my 97 silverado does not work?

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Check for a blown fuse,
Check for faulty blower motor speed control resistor pack - (usually located in the air flow in the blower ducting),
Check the blower motor is ok; ensure it runs if power directly applied to it.
Check blower motor fan control switch is ok.

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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