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Old 02-21-2010, 12:37 AM   #1
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Cabin Fan Blower for AC and Heater

My cabin fan will only run on hi. Anyone know what to look for on this? I took the face plate off and look at the connectors. Reset them but still no luck.

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Old 02-21-2010, 08:00 AM   #2
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The resistor needs to be replaced.
Try a search on "resistor" and fan or blower-there are few threads on doing this. If I recall, it is labor intensive due to its location...

Try this one..
http://chevyhhr.net/forums/showthread.php?t=21350
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Mine was replaced by the Dealer...while still under warranty. They told me that they have seen a LOT of defective AC - Heater cabin fans.
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mine sounds like a playing card in bicycle spoke.....tic..tic..tic..tic..tic
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Make sure you check your cabin air filter to see it needs to be replaced that is the #1 cause of why the blower motor resistors go bad.
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mine sounds like a playing card in bicycle spoke.....tic..tic..tic..tic..tic
same here, only when its in the first setting, im wondering why it does that , it gets annoying since thats the only setting i keep my air on. its to STROOOOOOONG haha
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My Cobalt fans are dead completely. everything else seems to check out...
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