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AC blower Blower contiues to run even after vehicle is turned off have to pull the fuse to get it to stop.

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    Blower continues to run when engine is turned off.

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Check the fuses.

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This is a know issue and the likely problem is the blower motor resistor has failed causing the blower to remain on high speed all the time whether the vehicle is running or not.

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1. You can call your GM dealer and get all the updated parts (kit) and install them yourself

2. for a bit less you can replace the blower resistor with an aftermarket one and the problem will likley resolve itself. It will just be a question of when will it happen again.

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