Question about 1997 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
It is most likely the blower motor,next time it does not work,bump the blower motor with your hand,and see if it starts running,if so,then replace the blower motor.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
One suggestion. Have you checked the fuses ?
I would check the AC or blower fuse to start with. If you have the drivers manual it will show you where the fuse box is. Typically there are at least two boxes to check. One in the Engine compartment and one in the passenger cabin.
Look inside the lid of the fuse box to see which fuse may apply to the AC circuits or the blower and check to see if they are blow. the metal link between the two posts that plug in. If the link is missing you need to replace the fuse with one of the same rating. Make sure you know where you took the fuse out from and put it back in the same slot if its good. Check all the main fuses if possible to see if any have blown and replace if they have.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
Heater motor is prone to water damage when the small drain scuttle drain gets blocked (usually by leaves).
If the passenger footwell carpet is damp, that's probably the problem.
Worth checking regularly anyway, and/or remove the small cover over the drain which is part of the problem.
Remove the heater assembly (located over passenger footwell) and replace is the easy answer.
It is possible, depending on ability, to strip and repair.
New from Europarts around £130, used around £60.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
check if you can here the fan running. If not the cause can be that the bushes have reached there limit and need to be replaced. If you have the time and tools, you can remove the motor and get to the bushes. You will find that they have been worn down to a curn shape. If you remove each bush, and flip it 180 degrees, then the tip of the bush will make contact with the motor shaft. This will give you many months of fan life and save you a packet. You could also replace the buses with new ones - Audi do not sell them but can be matched by good auto shops.
Posted on May 08, 2009
hello, this sounds like a bad blower motor resistor!! its cheap and easy to change..if you need more info on locations let me know,, good luck.....marty
Posted on May 27, 2009
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