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1999 Chevy: engine cover..van..fuse box inside the engine compartment

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How to remove the engine cover on a 1999 Chevy van to access the fuse box inside the engine compartment
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  Mark Bisig replied 7 years ago.
Hello, could you tell me what model van it is....astro, express, and what fuse your looking to get to. Thank you.
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
This is a 1999 1/2 ton Chevt express van
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
I want to access the fuse box to shut off the blower motor, It will not shut off and drains the battery. I have a 19991/2 ton express van. The manual states the box is at the rear of the engine compartment. How do I get to it
Expert:  Mark Bisig replied 7 years ago.

ok I can help you here. The problem with the blower motor is the resistor that control the blower motor speeds. you will find this under the hood on the right side/passenger. If you disconnect it the motor will stop.Here is a picture to help.


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Blower Motor Resistor Replacement

Removal Procedure

The blower motor relay is an integral part of the blower motor resistor and cannot be serviced separately from the resistor.

    Object Number: 301652  Size: SH
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  1. Remove the electrical connectors from the resistor (2) and the blower motor.
  2. Remove the retaining screws (1) from the blower motor case.
  3. Remove the resistor from the blower motor case (3).
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