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The heater fan isn't working - 1998 Chevrolet Malibu

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  • Douglas Hansen
    Douglas Hansen Jan 03, 2011

    Does it by chance work on high speed? If yes, heater blower motor resistor.

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Couple things to check - blower motor relay and/or blower motor. Both are common GM problems

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