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2006 Chevy Silverado 2500HD fan blower will not turn off even with keys out of ignition. When running and turn off AC blower will switch to the defroster and blows high no matter where switch is at. Had to pull fuse to keep battery from running down. Is this a problem with this model/year and what is the solution to fix it?

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Sounds like a faulty climate control switch...
Call your local salvage yard and ask how much one is where you live...

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