Question about 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
Things can get stuck in the hamster wheel assembly. Many times you'll find a mouse nest in there, see it many times. I would suggest you clean this out and you should be good to go. If the blower motor is indeed bad after cleaning, think about getting one from a junk yard and installing it, much cheaper. These don't go bad all that often, so try cleaning it.
Not sure if you know how to drop the glove box door to aid in this procedure....So, empty the glove box, and open it. To the left, you'll see an access hole, stick your finger in there and you'll feel a spring loaded metal piece that you can press back, this will drop the door all the way down, for easier access to not only the motor, but that pesky resistor also.
Posted on May 19, 2011
Testimonial: "Dopped the assembly and clean out 11 years worth of stuff clogging it. Solution worked great and easy to do. Thanks."
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