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2006 chevy silverado blower fan not working right. The control does not work. It still blows on low but nothing else. Cut key off and fan still blows.

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With one speed working it is more than likely the blower motor resistor (20 dollar part) located in the area of the blower--needs air to pass by it as it gets rather hot), or at worst case the Module. This part (Blower control Module) is a bit more expensive. Try the resistor first, you can test its resistance at different speed settings to see if it is functioning as it should.

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