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Dash fan won't come on

Day before it didn't come on but when i retried it the fan blew fine. today however...nothing...fuses good...can hear a click from passenger dash area. help!

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  • zonies1 Jul 11, 2008

    i found the connector that plugs into a resistor network under the passenger dash was burnt but it wasn't obvious. only 1 of 4 pins we're "cooked". i merely jumpered around the burned wire connection...dash fan works great. 3 screws....good luck figuring out the "slide lock" on the connector!!

  • frank_bates Jul 11, 2008

    My 06 hummer h3 is doing the same thing. I have not yet looked at the connectors to the fan but I will try that. I have checked all the fuses and everything looks fine. Any other suggestions if this doesnt work ? Oh a light in my heater control burnt out. I took it to the dealer and they wanted to charge me $500.00 to replace the entire unit because "The lights are not replaceable" I took the unit apart and the led lights ARE !!!! replaceable. Bought one for $0.10 on ebay. THANKS for your help GM !

  • Anonymous Aug 21, 2008

    yes were can i find the resister under the dash











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My fan is also not working on my 2006 H3 last I heard was some clicks then nothing. My H3 warms up when im driving but nothing if its still. Ive looked under the dash and the wires seem fine. Any ideas?

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