Question about Chevrolet Tahoe
Posted by Anonymous on
Take a good look at all the connectors, especially at the blower motor switch and speed resistor. I find many of these connectors will be slightly deformed or melted from overheating and will not work even when plugged into a new switch or resistor...or may work for a bit then quit. If you find a bad connector the best thing to do is to replace the connector with a new one [they have to be spliced in] . Hope this helps and good luck!
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