Question about 2005 GMC Yukon
My 2005 Yukon AC blower is not blowing. THe compressor comes on and I can feel cool air while driving but no blower. I checked the fuses and nothing looks blown.
There is a service bulletin for this problem which replaces the blower resistor and connector. Mine had the same problem while on vacation. No fan speed control, and when it did work, the fan would keep running after the vehicle was shut off. Mine is currently in the shop getting the service bulletin installed.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
If the fuses are good then the blower motor is probably faulty. make sure you're checking the correct fuses. there are fuses located in the passenger compartment as well as under the hood. jumper 12 volts to to the mooer to see if it operates. there is also a blower motor resistor and/or relay. if you're planning on working on the peoblkem yourself, get a repair manual. $15-#20 at a parts store. it will help greatly.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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