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Blower motor i have a 95 ford explorer and the blower motor will not shut off i checked all fuses also replaced the control unit and the blower staill stays on even when i shut truck off

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Dis you chanfe the blower motor speed controller? It is mounted right near the blower motor itself.... attached to the blower motor via a electric cable.... held in place in it's mounting by 2 screws into the heater AC case

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