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I recently hooked up a New CD player in my 1995 1500 silverado,, and the heater and A/C stopped blowing but its getting power to it still and it acts like it wants to blow.. I checked the fuses and wires everything looks good but still wont blow...

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There is a resistor that controlls the speed of the fan and you have to replace it it is located where the plug goes to the fan motor it should have two plugs in it one from the controlls the other goes from the resistor to the fan it is a dealer only item it costs around 89 dollars check different dealerships if you have more than one close by the price will vary my 2006 chevy silverado work truck lost the 1 and 2 speeds then others and it was freezing out and i replaced it and have not had any problems since inspect the wires i had two wires and one part of the plug melted on mine went to junk yard and got a new plugg for under ten bucks dealer wanted 117 dollars

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