Heater Cores and Blower Fans
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Chevy Express

Your heater in your 2001 express van does not want to shut off any ideals?

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2009-12-23 14:35:23
2009-12-23 14:35:23

its the blower motor resistor ... located under the hood on passenger side ... there is two screws holding it in .... it has a bunch of wires coming out of it ....

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