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Heater I can not get the blower to work in my truck a 1992 ford explorer. I have replaced the blower motor the switch in the inside and all fuses. I also replaced the control mod under the hood. everytime I replaced each of these item my blower would work for about ten minutes and then stop working. Is there any fusable links or anythink else I can replace to fix this problem???

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