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I HAVE A 2005 YUKON AND THE BLOWER MOTOR WOULD ONLY BLOW ON HIGH SO I THOUGHT THE RESISTOR WENT BAD BUT THEN WHEN I SHUT THE VEHICLE OFF THE BLOWER MOTOR KEPT RUNNING

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Replace the blower motor controller. this is the same thing as the resistor. its a common problem

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2005 gmc yukon xl blower is not shutting off. It continues to run after the vehicle is shut off. Any suggestions?


Sounds like a faulty blower motor resistor also check wire connector for melting.Location is next to floor on in heat duct towards the left of pass side feet area.

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MY BLOWER MOTOR WILL NOT WORK ON ANY SETTING OTHER THAN 5.CAN THE RESISTOR BE BAD AND CAUSE THE BATTERY TO RUN DOWN OVERNIGHT?


No, the battery will not run down due to this problem. When you shut off your truck and pull out the key, the power to the motor will be cut off and should stop blowing. Depending how your vehicle is set up, the blower will stop as soon as you shut off the ignition key, or when the door is opened like it does on my 2005 Chevy Uplander van. If your battery is running low, you either have a worn out battery or some extra accessory is loading it down.

The resistor pack which limits the current to your blower motor when your switch is set on the lower settings is most likely bad. These are usually located close to the blower motor. On my 2002 S10, it is located in the engine compartment on the passenger side, attched to the blower motor air duct. the dealer or local auto parts store will have this part. Unfortunatly, I have not changed one on your specific vehicle, so can't give you more detail than I already have.

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Does it work on any speeds? If it still works on high then the blower resistor is bad. On the passenger side under the glovebox is the blower motor and resistor.If possible try wiggling the pigtail plugs that attach to these two components.It is not uncommon to have problems with these pigtails.Also try tapping the bottom of the blower motor to see if it will start working again.If it does The connections are poor and need repaired. If the blower will not work at all check for power at the blower motor pigtail with a test light or dvm. Will be glad to assist further if more assistance is needed.

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