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Switch for my fan on 98 chevy truck does not work

Blower for heater does not work. want to hook up a toggle switch. don't know how to hook up the switch. I have a 98 chevy truck 1500 with air. the blower works sometimes. i think its the switch. thats why i want to put a toggle switch in instead

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  • DOUG BURSEY May 11, 2010

    Really it is not a good idea to bypass switches and wiring and especially not circuit protection. this could lead to some very bad news story. If you are unsure then you should have someone look at it who can test is for you and repair it. if by chance you were to bypass the circuit protection this would relay into a very serious fire hazard due to overheated wiring, etc. hope this will help you re-consider your choice.

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You can buy a replacement fan switch for under 20.00 dollar and replace it yourself just remove the front bezel from dash it pulls out and then pull out the climate control unit and remove the small bolt that holds in the switch in place and disconnect the wiring then just reverse the process and you should have heat.

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