heater fan goes off on high, what needs replaced ? on 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

previous noise in heater location, fan works fine on first 4 levels.

by in Mount Vernon, IL on October 07, 2013
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2 answers
ANSWER by , October 07, 2013
Usually when the blower does not work on high it is a faulty blower switch. Though it is merely a guess, the better thing to do would be to inspect the power coming out of the switch and the blower resistor to see what the exact reason is. Somewhere there is a loss of voltage causing your problem. High speed sometimes has it's own circuit and protection. Feel free to stop by for assistance if needed. -Curt's Service Team 248-545-0500
ANSWER by , April 04, 2015
turn your ignition to on!, turn your fan switch to high!, under your dash by the blower motor you should find a 7 wire plug, wiggle it, if your fan starts, replace that plug, I have replaced that plug in both of my chevy trucks.