2004 GMC Envoy Motor Blower Resistor help please..
Thank you all for your help with my last issue. I Removed the old blower motor Resistor from my 2004 GMC envoy, it looks bad with rust everywhere I need to get a replacement but Local auto parts don't have it, I checked online and it does'nt look the same as the old one
I can't find a number that looks like
this here is the info (label) thats on the sticker on the back (old part) carter group 5874 (1p)52495874 (12v)251946786 (s)00011108150310430391 the
old part also has to aluminum fins 1 larger than the other and the new
one (online pictures) has what looks like a big glob of green stuff that sticks up with a
diode looking thing on the to. Any help where! can i get it beside Dealer.. Thank you again..
Re: 2004 GMC Envoy Motor Blower Resistor help please..
I am having the same problem. Here is my part. [IMG]http://i99.photobucket.com/albums/l292/luthandrian/IMG_0446_zpsf0781456.jpg[/IMG] I cannot locate the part that I have removed from my vehicle anywhere on the web. I only find that other part. I called the dealer with the info posted here. I gave them the last 8 of my vin# and he said they had the part AND the adapter for $110.84. I'm heading to the dealer to pick it up now.
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I have a 2003 GMC Envoy and my issue is when I shut the blower off it still ... Can this issue also be remedied ...
The relay in your blower motor is stuck on, there is a TSB for this issue. Replace the blower motor resistor and you'll be back in business. How does the resistor get power if the fuse is pulled? Replacing the resistor will cure both problems. TSB is a technical service bullitin seen below Subject:HVAC Blower Motor May Run Continuously After Vehicle is Turned Off (Replace Blower Resistor Relay)Models:2004 Chevrolet Avalanche, Silverado, Suburban, Tahoe, TrailBlazer, TrailBlazer EXT2004 GMC Envoy, Envoy XL, Sierra, Yukon, Yukon XLwith Manual Control HVAC (RPO CJ3)Built Prior to August, 2003
Check where the blower power plugs into the blower housing under the hood. Disconnect the power connector and you will see that the 'plate' that the connector was plugged into can be removed. Remove it; that is the resistor.
Hi, it is likely the relay in the resistor assembly has failed. Replace the resistor assembly. To access the assembly, remove the right closeout/insulator panel (above the passenger's feet). Then remove the Instrument panel storage compartment door. The resistor looks like the pic below and is screwed into the heater box. The wires shown connect to the blower motor, and another 5-wire connector from the control panel is plugged into the resistor. Take the connector off and unscrew the resistor to replace. Please let me know if you have any questions, and thanks for using FixYa.
sounds like a blower motor resistor. it might just blown the fuse also(for resistor). Pick uo a chilton book at advanced auto or any auto parts store. They r like $12, it will show you where to find resistor and fuse.
Sounds like the blower motor resistor module is bad. It is located behind the glovebox and mounted to the blower motor. Open the glovebox and in the back left corner find a spring, push on spring to release glovebox door completely. You should be able to see blower motor and resistor module.
First check and see if you have voltage at blower motor with key and switch on, with test light, if you do have voltage, blower motor bad, replace it, if you don't have voltage at blower motor, next to it, is where the blower motor resistor is at, follow the wire from the blower motor to it, check voltage there, should have voltage, if you do replace blower motor resistor, resistor cost about $45.00 at auto parts.If I can be of more help. please let me know.
The likely problem is the blower motor resistor pack is defective. It is located behind an access panel below the glovebox. Go to www.trailvoy.com and do a search on "blower motor resistor replacement"