Question about 2003 GMC Envoy
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Replace your blower control module IF you have auto climate controls.
If you have manual knobs- replace the blower motor resistor assembly.
Both are in the same location, under the glovebox. Remove the kick trim piece under the glove box to access the 2 screws that attach the piece to the blower motor. To unhook the electrical connectors, drop the glove box door. Stick your finger in a hold in the door on the left hand side. There you'll feel a spring loaded metal piece, push on this, and the door will release. Empty your glovebox first! Been there done that. -->
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Posted on Apr 16, 2011
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