Question about 2002 GMC Safari
The blower resistor / relay pack may have gone bad. It is located in the engine compartment, below the blower motor (passenger side). If you remove the coolant overflow/WW solvent bottles, you will see the connector. The wiring diagram is in the 1995-2005 Chilton Astro/Safari manual, and the dealer has a multifit replacement part.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
There is a electronic sensor that starts going bad after time i had a astrovan that did the samethimg i changed out the sensor and vola it worked again saved about $300 by doing this myself that sensor should be located by the unit (providing it is not a internal sealed sensor ) contact cragen aor autozone for further info they may call the sensor somthing else
ok hoipes this helps regards mike
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