I replaced the blower motor in my 1996 GMC Sierra but it still doesn't work at all.
Air wasn't blowing in my truck at all, so I replaced the blower motor, but it still isn't
blowing at all. I haven't bought a resistor for it cause I don't think that's the problem, what
else could it be? I would more than likely buy a new resistor anyway. Any thoughts as to
what could be causing this problem?
Could it be it was the resistor and not the blower motor?
Potentially, I just wanted to know if there was anything else I could check if replacing the resistor doesn't help.
If you have a volt ohm meter you could possibly check the blower resistor for continuity.
I don't but I can find someone who does. I might have to try that out, thank you!
Did you get this fixed, and how
I changed resistor and blower
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