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2000 GMC Yukon HVAC Blower Motor Resistor 8 Cyl 5.7L Dorman

P311-47A5CE9    W0133-1814796  New

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2005 GMC Jimmy HVAC Blower Motor Resistor Four Seasons

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Four Seasons HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
  • (Use with Connector Part #12102762)
Brand: Four Seasons
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2004 GMC Sonoma HVAC Blower Motor Resistor Four Seasons

P311-41D55DB    W0133-1814797  New

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Four Seasons HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
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2002 GMC Envoy XL HVAC Blower Motor Resistor Four Seasons

P311-0998C9A    W0133-1960743  New

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Four Seasons HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
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2005 GMC Envoy XUV HVAC Blower Motor Resistor Four Seasons

P311-0998C9A    W0133-1960743  New

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Four Seasons HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
  • with Manual Controls (RPO CJ3)
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2009 GMC Envoy HVAC Blower Motor Resistor Four Seasons

P311-0998C9A    W0133-1960743  New

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Four Seasons HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
  • Exc.Automatic Temperature Controls
Brand: Four Seasons
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2009 - GMC Envoy
Dorman
2000 GMC Yukon HVAC Blower Motor Resistor 8 Cyl 5.3L Dorman

P311-0A9666D    W0133-1955772  New

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Dorman HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
Brand: Dorman
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2000 - GMC Yukon V 8 Cyl 5.3L 325 5328
Dorman
2002 GMC Yukon HVAC Blower Motor Resistor 8 Cyl 6.0L Dorman

P311-0A9666D    W0133-1955772  New

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Dorman HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
  • with Manual Controls, with 2 mounting Holes and with Custom Console (RPOD07)
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2002 - GMC Yukon V 8 Cyl 6.0L 364 5967
Dorman
2015 GMC Savana 3500 HVAC Blower Motor Resistor 8 Cyl 6.6L Dorman

P311-3545E64    W0133-1969970  New

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Dorman HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
Brand: Dorman
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2015 - GMC Savana 3500 V 8 Cyl 6.6L 403 6599
ACDelco
1988 GMC R3500 HVAC Blower Motor Resistor ACDelco

P311-0E7EFBD    W0133-1814744  New

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ACDelco HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
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  • with Heavy Duty Blower
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    (Two Terminals in a Row and Two Staggered )
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Brand: ACDelco
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heating and ac not working at all

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Question From johnlynch9457 on heating and ac not working at all

Hi
I just bought a 1993 GMC 1500 and there is no heating or ac I changed the fuse and still nothing at all There is no sound at all from the fan not even any light.
there is a cassett tape install I dont know if this is standrand or not. Any help anyone can give me would be greatfully appreciated More information
its a gmc seirra 4.3 liter pickup truck

Response From steve01832

To find the right info I need 2 things, first, is this a K1500 4x4 p/u or a G1500 van? Second, need to know which engine is in it, please provide in liters as these vehicles use 3 different v8 engines.

Steve

Response From johnlynch9457

HI
its a 4.3 liter and its a pick up gmc sierra 1500

Response From steve01832 Top Rated Answer

Unplug the blower motor connector and put a test light across the purple and black wires.KEY ON ENGINE OFF. Turn the blower motor on all speeds. If the light doesn't come on at all, probe the purple wire with the test light probe and the ground clip connected to the negative battery post. If the light comes on, repair faulty ground wire at blower motor. If still no light, trace the purple back to the blower motor resistor. Test purple wire with fan to middle speed. If light turns on, repair purple wire between resistor and blower motor. If no light, test yellow wire at resistor. If light is on, replace faulty blower motor resistor. If still no light, post back and we'll go further.

Steve

Temperamental Blower Motor - 2009 GMC Sierra WT

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Question From Tapster on Temperamental Blower Motor - 2009 GMC Sierra WT

Hello Everyone,

I have a 2009 GMC Sierra 1500 WT. The blower motor in the truck is temperamental when starting up - it will turn on and off, sometimes it will work at high but not on low. This usually lasts for a minute or so, then the blower motor works fine. Any advice on how to diagnose and fix this?

Response From Hammer Time

It sounds like you may have an overheated connection somewhere that makes contact as it warms up.

Access the motor before starting the truck and when the truck first starts, wiggle the wires around to see if you can trigger it to come on.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

By description that would lead to the blower motor resistor. Being that it self corrects in a minute will no doubt impede diagnosing it as bad with any certainty. If that's all it does for now perhaps just check wiring plugs and good and tight at the switch and see if that helps or changes the behavior for now,

T

2002 GMC Sonoma heating problem

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Question From Sonoma on 2002 GMC Sonoma heating problem

I have a 2002 GMC Sonoma with the 4.3L V6 and 4-wheel drive with about 75,000 miles. It seems to have developed two problems with the heating system.

The first is the selector switch to change from "defrost" to "dash vents" to "floor", does nothing anymore. It's stuck blowing air out of the dash vents and won't change. I have not tried anything yet, but I was told that it could be the heat/AC module.

The second problem is sometimes it blows warm air and sometimes it just blows cold air. I did notice that this seems to change with engine RPM's. In other words when stopped and idling it's cold and when accelerating it gets warm again. I was told that this could be the blower motor resistor, but that doesn't seem logical since it changes with engine RPM.

Thanks for any help you can provide!
Gary

Response From Hammer Time

For the temp problem it sounds like your heater core is plugged up, probably with old Dexcool. Flush the system and specifically the heater core with a garden hose in both directions.

Response From Sonoma Top Rated Answer

Flushed the system and that seemed to help the heat situation. I think the level was low to tell you the truth. Anyway, it puts out good heat now and seems to run a little cooler.

Thanks
Gary

Response From Hammer Time

Good job. Thanks for posting the result.

2003 GMC Sierra ac/heater blower not blowing

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Question From MarineGrunt on 2003 GMC Sierra ac/heater blower not blowing

2003 Sierra 1/2 ton 4.8 4x4

Right after I bought the truck I noticed the ac/heater blower would only blow on setting number 5. The next day it wouldn't blow at all. I changed the blower motor resistor thinking that would take care of my problem but it didn't. I checked the fuse and swapped it with another and still no luck. I went to a buddy's house who has an 04 and swapped out the main control. Mine worked in his but no luck with his in mine. I unplugged the connector that goes to the blower motor and checked with a mulitmeter and it's getting juice. 12.7 if I remember right. Is there a relay I need to check or is the blower motor toast? Is there a way to check the blower motor such as running a jumper to it to see if it runs?

Thanks again for any help. This is one heck of a great forum!

Response From Hammer Time

The relay is built into the resister. You need to test for both power and ground at the blower motor but I'm guessing the motor is toast. The excessive current draw would be what took out the resister too.

Response From Discretesignals

Just to add, did you inspect the blower resistor connector? Seen them get hot and melt.

Response From MarineGrunt

Thanks for the help. I decided to pull the blower motor and put power to it. Didn't even attempt to spin. I installed a new one and it now works great. Now it's time to see if the ac works. It was missing the ac belt. Here was actually a small piece of the belt jammed behind the pulley. I'm guessing the belt broke is one of the previous owners didn't wanna mess with it or pay to have it fixed. The compressor pulley turns freely but the tensioner pulley has a little resistance. I'm in the process of changing that out now. I also picked up a receiver drier and an orifice tube. Gonna replace those and then pull a vacuum. Hopefully there won't be any leaks and that the compressor works. We will find out.

Thanks again!

Response From Discretesignals

They also had problems on those trucks with the compressors slugging and popping belts and breaking tensioners. They updated the compressor and software.

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

Before you put the belt on make sure you can grab the center of the compressor and turn it by hand. If the compressor siezed up while running and snapped the belt before it will snap this one.

Response From MarineGrunt

Unfortunately it needed a new compressor. I put that in Wednesday night. Pulled a vacuum and left the gauges on all night to check for leaks. The needle didn't move at all overnight. Filled it yesterday morning and it works great. After that is when I tackled the u joints and then changed the diff fluid and noticed the chipped gear. The only thing left to do to the truck is the diff, power steering hose (already replaced power steering pump), change t case fluid, and possibly front diff leak. I think the power steering fluid may be dripping down and blowing on the diff so it may not be leaking.

We're getting there. Once the truck is done it will then be time to tackle the transmission on the Venture.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Holy smokes buddy - you have more going on than some shops!

Just my quick note is with leaks try to clean off evidence and look for it to return highest and usually most forward as the source - or of course if bad enough which fluid is low!

T

Response From MarineGrunt

Thanks Tom....I should've replaced the power steering hoses when I did the pump but they looked okay. I can tell it's leaking at one of the fittings. Gonna replace it, clean everything up, and then check for leaks. I've had to do a few things to this truck but considering what I bought it for it is well worth it.

She'll be race ready before long.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Not sure what to say on life expectancy of PS hoses? Have had some go 30+ years and some in no time. Agreed - the time to replace if doing a pump would be then. Have one of my own putting out a drip to find out exactly where to be ready. I wouldn't consider that a waste but go for quality - it pays,

T

Response From MarineGrunt

Replaces the hoses and refilled. Time to clean up the engine compartment. My sister-in-law had a baby so we are leaving for KY around 3:30 today and will be gone all weekend. I won't be able to check for leaks until early next week. I keep thinking of excuses I could use to get out of going but I think my wife would probably cut me off for a few weeks! Suppose to get over 5" of rain and she hates driving in it.

Thanks to everyone on here for helping us diy guys. You have no idea how much I appreciate it and can't say thanks enough! This is by far the best forum I have ever been a member of and Idon't don't only mean automotive forums.

P.S. I also love it when HT tells it how it is. I just laugh when I hear him say, "You're crazy. I've had enough. I'm out of here." Us diy guys need to hear that if we try and half ass stuff. All the advice hear is top notch.

Hope everyone has a great Labor Day weekend.


Brian

Response From Hammer Time

P.S. I also love it when HT tells it how it is. I just laugh when I hear him say, "You're crazy. I've had enough. I'm out of here." Us diy guys need to hear that if we try and half ass stuff. All the advice hear is top notch.

Hahahaha.............. One of my few admirers
Thanks

2003 GMC Sierra heater fan

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Question From Fixit53 on 2003 GMC Sierra heater fan

Blower fan to motor stays on "medium" when ignition is off. Dash controls won't switch speed. Pulled fuse ander hood to resolve.

Response From Hammer Time

Do you have auto temp control?

Response From Fixit53

Yes dual temp selectors and auto temp control

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

You have a bad blower speed control module also called blower motor control processor. It's located next to the blower motor in the blower housing.

There is a dealer campaign for this problem so contact your dealer and they may fix it for free.



SPECIAL COVERAGE
Bulletin No.: 11046
Date: April 07, 2011
Subject: 11046 - Special Coverage Adjustment - Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Blower Not Fully Functional on All Blower Speeds, Inoperative, or Runs Continuously with the Ignition Off Models:
2003-2006 Chevrolet Avalanche, Suburban, Tahoe
2003-2007 Chevrolet Silverado
2003-2006 GMC Yukon, Yukon XL
2003-2007 GMC Sierra
Equipped with Manual HVAC (CJ3) or Heavy Duty Heater (C42)
Due to part availability, owner letters will be released in phases starting with older model year first. Owners for model year vehicles not included in first phase owner mailing will receive an owner advisory letter.
The letter will inform the customer that parts are not yet available and that another letter will be sent to them when parts become available. A copy of this letter will be attached to the dealer message announcing this bulletin.
In the meantime, if a customer brings their vehicle to the dealership with the condition described in this bulletin, repair the vehicle using the parts called out in this bulletin.
Condition
On some 2003-2006 model year Chevrolet Avalanche, Suburban, Tahoe; GMC Yukon, Yukon XL; and 2003-2007 model year Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra vehicles equipped with a manual heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system (CJ3) or heavy duty heater (C42), the interface between the electrical terminals of the relay resistor module and the wiring connector that powers the module may be incapable of conducting higher current levels for sustained periods of blower motor operation. In addition, moisture and other contaminants may enter the fresh air intake plenum and contact the internal circuit of the module or corrode the terminals. Either of the above may cause the relay resistor module or wiring connector to overheat, resulting in one or more of the following symptoms: - The HVAC blower may not function on certain or all blower speed settings - A burning plastic smell or smoke may be present in the vehicle - The HVAC blower may run continually with the ignition in the OFF position
In very rare events, if the above symptoms are ignored, a fire could occur.
Special Coverage Adjustment
This special coverage covers the condition described above for a period of 10 years or 240,000 km, whichever occurs first, from the date the vehicle was originally placed in service, regardless of ownership.
Dealers are to install a new blower motor resistor and resistor module connector. The repairs will be made at no charge to the customer.
For vehicles covered by Vehicle Service Contracts, all eligible claims with repair orders on or after April 8, 2011 are covered by this special coverage and must be submitted using the labor operation codes provided with this bulletin. Claims with repair orders prior to April 8, 2011 must be submitted to the Service Contract provider.
Vehicles Involved
Involved are certain 2003-2006 model year Chevrolet Avalanche, Suburban, Tahoe; GMC Yukon, Yukon XL; and 2003-2007 model year Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra vehicles equipped with a manual HVAC (CJ3) or heavy duty heater (C42). Important
Dealers are to confirm vehicle eligibility prior to beginning repairs by using the Applicable Warranties section in the Global Warranty Management system.
Parts Information
Parts required to complete this special coverage are to be obtained from General Motors Customer Care and Aftersales (GMCC&A).



Service Procedure Note
The resistor module connector and blower motor resistor will need to be replaced if one or more of the symptoms below is present. - The HVAC blower may not function on certain or all blower speed settings - A burning plastic smell or smoke may be present in the vehicle - The HVAC blower may run continually with the ignition in the OFF position
Determine if one or more of the above symptoms is present. If required refer to HVAC diagnostic information in SI. Refer to Resistor Module Connector and Blower Motor Resistor Replacement in this bulletin if one or more of the symptoms is present. Other HVAC repairs are NOT covered in this product safety special coverage bulletin. Resistor Module Connector and Blower Motor Resistor Replacement 1. Remove the blower fuses (Htr A/C & HVAC 1 fuses). 2. Lower the close-out panel enough to gain access to the resistor module connector. 3. Disconnect the connector from the resistor module. Note
Connector replacement is required even if the connector was replaced on a previous service repair. 4. Remove the tape from the wiring harness to expose the wiring.


5. Cut the wires back far enough from the connector to eliminate any melted insulation on the wire. Note
Use the old connector as a map for splicing the wires for the new connector. Be sure to use the correct crimping tool from the terminal repair kit J 38125. Use only Duraseal splice sleeves. Other splice sleeves may not protect the splice from moisture or provide a good electrical connection. 6. Install the new connector. Use the yellow splice sleeves provided with the connector. 7. Install the new blower motor resistor. 8. Reinstall the fuses. Test the blower motor to make sure all speeds are functional. 9. Reinstall the hush panel/close-out panel.
Customer Reimbursement
Customer requests for reimbursement of previously paid repairs to correct the condition described in this bulletin are to be submitted to the dealer prior to or by December 31, 2012. Repairs must have occurred within the 10 years of the date the vehicle was originally placed in service, or 240,000 kilometres, whichever occurs first.
When a customer requests reimbursement, they must provide the following:
- Proof of ownership at time of repair.
- Original paid receipt confirming the amount of unreimbursed repair expense(s) (including Service Contract deductibles), a description of the repair, and the person or entity performing the repair.
If the work was done by someone other than a GM dealership, the amount of reimbursement will be limited to the amount that the repair would have cost GM to have it completed by a GM dealership.
Courtesy Transportation
The General Motors Courtesy Transportation program is intended to minimize customer inconvenience when a vehicle requires a repair that is covered by the New Vehicle Limited Warranties. The availability of courtesy transportation to customers whose vehicles are within the warranty coverage period and involved in a product program is very important in maintaining customer satisfaction. Dealers are to ensure that these customers understand that shuttle service or some other form of courtesy transportation is available and will be provided at no charge. Dealers should refer to the General Motors Service Policies and Procedures Manual for Courtesy Transportation guidelines.
Warranty Transaction Information
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Response From Fixit53

That is great news!!! Thanks. I'll stop by the dealer and let you know the outcome.

Response From Hammer Time

Reading it in more detail it may only apply to manual systems but it's worth asking.

Response From Fixit53

I got the resister replaced this morning. The dealership ended up being the cheapest for the part - shocker!! Thanks for the advice, you were right, it works great!!

Response From Hammer Time

You're welcome. Glad to hear it worked out.