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I have a 2005 silverodo. The a/c heater motor fan will not come on. The fuses are all okay. Whats next?

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  • lshidel Aug 29, 2008

    2006 siverado have same problem no a/c or heat no blower working at all

  • avalos03 Aug 31, 2008

    1.blower motor does not work

    2. fuses okay

    3. relay okay

    4. seven volts at motor from speeds 1-4

    5. zero volts on speed 5

    6. fan motor will run when disconnected and hooked up to 12volt power source.

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Relay under the hood...it may have popped

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