The blower control switch in a 1994 Chevrolet S-10 controls the blower motor of the climate control system, which adjusts the amount of air blown into the cabin at any given time. When the control switch panel malfunctions, the climate control effectively stops working, and you are no longer able to cool down or heat up the interior of your truck. The only way to fix this situation is to replace the blower control switch with a new one. First, though, you have to remove the old switch.
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Things you need
- Phillips-head screwdriver
- 1/4-inch ratchet and socket set
Sit in the driver's seat. Locate the two screws at the top of the bezel around the instrument cluster. Remove these screws, using the Phillips-head screwdriver.
Pull the bezel off the dashboard, using your hand. Reach behind the bezel and unplug the headlight switch from the stock wiring harness. Set the bezel on top of the dashboard, so that it is out of the way.
Unbolt the blower control switch from the dashboard, using the 1/4-inch ratchet and socket. Lift the panel out of the dashboard and unplug it from the stock wiring harness.
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