Question about Chevrolet K2500
Only a couple of things can cause this, if the resistor is obstructed and cannot cool properly it will burn out. It must have a clean path of air to it, check for leaves or obstructions. The other is a faulty blower motor. Even if it works, the armature can be worn out and shorting intermittently, drawing way too much current through he resistor. After this many resistor replacements, I'd probably just replace the motor.
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Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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