Sorry, no pics at the moment, but I was able to fix the problem. It turns out it was the ceramic resistor. It is located on the underside of the dash on the passenger side of the truck. It's got two little screws holding it up in there, and they use a standard philips head screw-driver to pop them out. Then the resistor just sldes right out. (Just incase anyone in future needs to know).
Mine had a crack along the top of the ceramic, there was some moisture sitting on top of the ceramic, and covering the crack, and the little spring wire was broken at the soldering. It had a lot of leaves and trash packed around it, so I figure it got over-heated due to the trash packed around it, the ceramic cracked, some moisture got down in there, and that caused the little spring wire to blow.
I also wonder if something else may have caused the resistor to overheat. Does anyone know if the truck has any heater relays? I think that one of them may be stuck "on" and it is causing the resistor to overheat.
To replace the resistor cost me $77.87 at the dealership. (No one else in town, or around town has them)