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I have a 2003 GMC Sierra and just today when I shut my vehicle off I ... which did stop the blower, but when I put the fuse back in the blower ... 2004-2006 Chevrolet Avalanche, Silverado, Suburban, Tahoe ... 2004-2007 GMC Envoy Models ... This information DOES NOT apply to any other blower motor ...
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sounds like something may be shorted in your rear hatch switch and when you pushed the button to open it you may have blown a fuse. I would check your fuse and make sure they are all still good. I would also try to look inside the rear hatch and check the wires and see if there is something wrong with one of them.
yes there is a fuel shut off that could have been set off look in your owners manual I am not 100% sure where dodge puts them but it will be in the manual once you find it its just a matter of pushing the button
Sounds like the fan switch has went bad. This could also be a problem with the fan resistor relay which is what the the fan switch goes through before the power reaches the fan. More often than not, it's a one two punch. Take the switch out and check for continuity between ground and the other terminal on the back you will find that, no matter where you put it on has "power" constantly. That is a nogo switch. Unfortunately, I can't tell you the location of the fan switch resistor relay it's tucked behind the dash usually or in the engine compartment.
you may have a bad master cylinder that is not pushing the brake pedal to the stop when not breaking.in other words the master allows the pedal to rest lower as it doesn`t have sufficeint residual pressure to push the pedal back,or the pedal is catching on something not allowing it to return to its rest position.this can cause the rear brakes to apply slightly as the pedal not being all the way in the rest position is applying just enough pressure to the system.if the pedal is going all the way to the floor then you need to check for a fluid leak in the system including the master cylinder(internal leak)if no external leak is found.
The first thing to do is run a self-test. You can do this by turning the radio on and setting it to a local station. Push the #3 and #6 preset buttons until the unit goes into a speaker test. After it enters it,push the #1 button. This will run the on-board self test. If it comes up with a fail, press the TUNE> button to display the codes. Write them down. If you want to send them to me I will send you back the info. If not,you will want to pass them on to the technician that is working on it. I will look for your response, Thanks, Chuck.
You can try this I think the latch is just slightly missaligned.Did you put something in the trunk and push down on the trunk?Try to push down hard on the trunk where the latch is a few times while pressing the remote.If this works and it opens look for marks on the latch indicating rubing,file down,spray with WD 40.Good Luck.
Krischen, Same problem appeared on my car, and sometimes it helps if you shut the passenger door at the same time as pushing the button to make the window go up, but mostly it's not something you can fix. They just wear out like most other things on this car