blower fan not working

Asked by Feb 25, 2015 at 10:25 AM about the Chevrolet S-10 Blazer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2003 blazer blower fan not working ran fan from batt.and it works, fuses all good,have a relay on firewall,tested plug going in to relay,(5 pin) wires big orange has constant power, black has ground,blue, purple,small orange have nothing  with ignition on ,small orange goes to #30 on the relay witch should have power   thanks

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stop all this wire analysis ok,it might not be a wiring fault;so take a plyer and nack the fan engine(i mean the fan back)if the fan pick that mean it the brush in the fan that is short but if it did not that mean it need checking.thanks

20,005

The resistor may be bad

160

guys could this be a bad temperate sensor?

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