Question about 2001 GMC Yukon XL
Hi, this is a common issue, the blower resistor is prone to corrosion, and overheating, with a possisbility of melting the electrical connector. This resistor is mounted under the passenger foot area, above the trim panel below the glove compartment. Once the panel is taken down,(with 3 7mm screws), you can see the resistor. It is rectangular,with 2 sets of wiring going to it. one is a 2 wire to the blower motor, the other is a 6 wire, that has power feeds. Unplug the larger connector, to check for any melted terminals, or burnt plastic. If damaged, it would have to be replaced, the resistor has to be replaced either way. Both available at a Chevy, or GMC dealer
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