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Check the fuse, motor, and resistor before you rplace the blower switch.

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Check the blower motor relay, usually located under the hood in a box, also check the fuse in the fuse panel for the blower motor. If both of those are good then you have a bad blower motor.

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    Where is the blower motor relay located under the hood in a 97 Chevy Blazer S-10? Is it close to the resistor or on the right upper side by the firewall?

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Under the dash panel in the heater box on the passenger's side next to the blower motor, it's held in by 2 screws.

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It is located on the right rear of the engine compartment. held in by two screws.

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