Question about 2001 Chevrolet Suburban
I recently replaced the rear blower motor on my 2001 Chev Suburban because it was not working. This was not the problem as the unit still does not work. I have checked all the fuses and we do have power to the relay mounted just before the blower itself. I was wondering if there was a way to test the relay in order to isolate the problem. Please help, it's hot in Central Illinois in July.
It is behind your glove box. You have to make sure when take out the glove box be careful of the tabs and also remove the wire on the side. You will see a black box with a a bunch of wires coming out of it. You need to disconnect that mess of wires and remove the two screws that are holding the resistor in the box. Remove it and put the new one in. Be care not to bend the coils all up on the resister. Hope this makes sense, keep me posted, be glad to help.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
SOURCE: ac doesnt work
Check the grounding of the blower motor it's self. Gm had a small issue with the blower motor loosing it's ground. Run a test ground wire from the battery to the blower motor. If this doesn't help, replace motor.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
I believe that your vehicle has two large fuse/relay assemblies. One is under the hood and the other"may" be under the drivers side passenger seat. The owners manual will list all, and I mean many" fuses and relays. Check them all with a test light or if you think a relay is at fault just switch to alike relays and see if that fixes your problem.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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