CHEVY HEATER - A/C BLOWER MOTOR SPEED

2005 Chevrolet Colorado

Tiny

dockrock

February, 26, 2008 AT 4:38 PM

Electrical problem
2005 Chevy Colorado Engine Size unknown Two Wheel Drive Automatic 56000 miles

I have a 2005 Chev. Colorado Extreme light duty p/u. The blower motor for the a/c and heater has a 4 speed operating switch. When I set the blower motor switch to position 1, 2, & /or 3, the heater - a/c blower motor doesn't work. The blower motor switch turns the blower motor on in position 4 (highest speed) only. I have checked the ground cable to make sure it is grounded good and I have check all plugs to make sure everything is plugged in good.

What do you suggest?

5 Answers

Tiny

mastertechtim

February, 26, 2008 AT 4:45 PM

My friend you need a new blower motor resister. Its located right next to the blower motor. They always burn up.

Tiny

dockrock

February, 26, 2008 AT 4:46 PM

I have not checked the blower motor resistor for continuity or voltage readings yet.

Tiny

BMRFIXIT

February, 26, 2008 AT 4:47 PM

Check/ replace the blower motor speed resister

Tiny

rasmataz

February, 26, 2008 AT 4:54 PM

Test the blower motor resistor that's okay -problem is coming from the HVAC control module.


http://www.2carpros.com/forum/automotive_pictures/12900_blower_4.jpg




http://www.2carpros.com/forum/automotive_pictures/12900_blower_HVAC_control_module_1.jpg

Tiny

rwrife

April, 20, 2009 AT 1:12 PM

It's probably the cable assembly (gray connector) located directly below the glove compartment storage on the passenger side. It's a known problem and usually is the result of the passenger's foot hitting the cable and causing the wire to short out. If you disconnect the cable and reconnect it, it'll usually work for a while (until it gets hit by a foot).

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