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2004 chevy tracker zr2 blower motor/heat/ac


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rmcsr
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Dec 17, 2014, 9:56 AM

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2004 chevy tracker zr2 blower motor/heat/ac Sign In

blower motor did not work i pulled it out and tested it it worked i put it back in then it did not work i then hooked it up to the battery with a toggle switch it worked for a day then quit could it be a bad motot? 2004 chevy tracker zr2 2.5 auto 153.000 miles


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Dec 17, 2014, 10:30 AM

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Re: 2004 chevy tracker zr2 blower motor/heat/ac Sign In

A toggle switch? You can do stuff like that. You have to diagnose the system properly. If you don't know anything about electrical work, and apparently you don't. You need to get it into a competent shop for diagnosis.



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Dec 17, 2014, 6:10 PM

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Re: 2004 chevy tracker zr2 blower motor/heat/ac Sign In

Probably an underrated toggle switch that couldn't handled the amount of current the blower motor uses, so it melted the contacts.

Would kind of suck to have a 1 speed blower motor...LOL





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Dec 17, 2014, 6:15 PM

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Re: 2004 chevy tracker zr2 blower motor/heat/ac Sign In


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Would kind of suck to have a 1 speed blower motor...LOL


Not to mention the car on fire.



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Dec 17, 2014, 6:22 PM

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Re: 2004 chevy tracker zr2 blower motor/heat/ac Sign In

I agree. A direct connection to the battery to power a blower motor is a dumb idea. Hopefully the OP was smart enough to install a CB or fuse of the proper rating at the connection near the battery. Hacking up the blower wiring instead of actually troubleshooting the circuit and finding the culprit would have been much easier.





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