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The technology to heat the passenger compartment of an automobile came long before one was invented. The heater blower motor in your GMC K25/K2500 Suburban will be located on or near the firewall, and can be removed or installed by opening up your glove box or going in under the hood. The job of your GMC K25/K2500 Suburban heater blower motor is to propel a cone of air past your heater core and into the passenger compartment. If your heater blower fails to turn, then you can be sure cold days are ahead inside your car or truck.
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