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(1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500)
in Terryville, CT on January 18, 2010
1997 chevy k1500. heater blower shuts down a lot. changed dash assembly and then the resister. going on my 5th assembly in 6 years now. something i'm missing?
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on September 04, 2010
Check the pigtail (connector) to the blower motor and resistor, the later model trucks had loads of problems with frying the blower pigtail. Just take it loose and look for blackened pins, if anything looks burnt, replace the pigtail.
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