MrD Poling: Going to be doing this over the Christmas Weekend. Thanks for the awesome video.
Josh McMillion: Thanks for the video, I was able to fix my truck blower motor resistor with your help. Spent $35 on parts instead of the local A/C company wanting to charge me $275!!
jory carton: thanks for the video trying this on my 99 sierra.
martin rodriguez: 1A Auto Thank you so much for making this video, my fan just stop working on my truck, and I'm going to do what you showed on this video. And if I need parts, I will get it from 1A Auto. Thank you
Stacie Hatline: My truck only works on settings 1-4 and not 5 (high). Could it need a new blower motor resistor? Thank you.
Jorge felix: Thanks you guys , for this video .
Eduardo Perez: jose I am having trouble with the a/c on a 2005 Tahoe the driver side is blowing hot air and pasanger side is blowing cold air . what my be the problem, thanks
Frank Kline: give the part number during the video so I know what to ask for
Jeff Etter: Thanks. It work out great. Keep up the good work!
Dan “scuby” scubytube: Used this info to change the resistor in my 2010 Silverado. Slightly different but basically the same. Great help. Thanks!
PorterHandyman: Replace both; the resistor block and the connector coming into that block (5? or 7) wires. They both overheat and melt the plastic around the pins, causing them to loose contact.
Great video, thanks for taking the time!
MultiBryank: Thank you excellent info. have a 2005 sierra fan would only work on 5 then just stopped. watched video replaced blower motor resistor and its fixed
shane bond: I have a 99 suburban, replaced the resistor and still nothing ! Took the fan out and hooked it directly to the battery and it works ! Put it back in so now where do I check ?
Matt D: Another well explained video on this model truck! Thanks 1Aauto!! You have help me learn and do so much on my truck vs other videos where I'd be guessing much more lol
ahill7866: Thanks for the video, helped me out perfectly.
victor1964ish: Hello, I have a 2006 GMC sierra. Currently all levels of heat work however when warmed up there is an Oder like some wire burning. At times when I listen closely I hear the levels on the blower go weak. Could this be the resister or the blower motor?
sta2011: Hello, I have a 2000 Silverado 1500. I just replaced the resistor because the motor only worked on High. Immediately after replacing the resistor, it started blowing cold air and only worked on defrost/floor setting. The controls weren't changing anything and they worked fine prior to the new resistor. Is it the control module? Could the blend door actuator and HVAC mode actuator have gone bad at the same time? Any ideas are helpful! I just had to drive 30 mins at -20 temperatures!
mic88ed: thank you sir !!!
Holiday: We don\t make alot, but our group do get to travel frequently. Just this year we went to Bangkok to get pictures and their holiday schedules. We are still in a growing phrase so best we can aim for is break even. I think everyone have to overcome the same type of challenge when starting something new. Don\t give up!
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