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Heater blower in 1998 gmc sierra 3500 isn't working . replaced the blower motor but still no blower. any other suggestions

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  • samstr Apr 25, 2010

    fuses ok.right blower. relay under dash replaced.

  • gilmore_bill May 11, 2010

    have you checked the fuse? Your sure it is the right blower motor/dealer part?

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Did you check the fuses and did the motor come with a new heater resistor or is it separate

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

  • stepmckirgan Apr 25, 2010

    if the heater resistor is good the blower switc is the next place to check

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