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When it does work all the position work and the controls to go from defrost to foot and both upper and power from low to high also work fine so i guess i should should look at the resistor for the blower itself...?
While doing 80 MPH in traffic!
2001 QCSB(R.I.P.)1999 QCSB-hotrod VP,FASS 150w/ big line, HD push rods, valve spings, ,grid delete, Smarty, TST Comp, SB DD 3850w/hydros , upgraded NV4500,AFE stage II, CFM intack horn,Triple A-pillar, Rear locker, 2inch lve kit 33x12.50 terra grap's on 18x10 moto metal's
had the same problem, untill yesterday. when i sat in the truck and turned the key on to wait for my fuel prime my fan was blowing on the lowest setting, then when i cranked up the thing just stopped. now i cant get it to work at all so im going to replace the relay and resistor just because they are old, maybe the motor too but that thing was blowing strong as hell last time i took it out about a year ago. just moved to va from florida though, everything seems to be different with my truck up here in the cold. i got some of that sweet bright red spectre vacuum line i think it is, from summit. at like neg 10 deg its still flexible as all get out, so im still working getting all my lines replaced with this stuff. will update later
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