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Heater stop working and blinkers

The heater blower had a ticking sound as though it was trying to warm up, and then the noise stop. And then one day the heater stop and the blinkers stop blinking.

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  • mike9264055 Dec 01, 2008

    my blower motor isn't working accept for when it wants to. i know that on the v6 there is a ground in the engine compartment but the same is not true in the case of the 2.4 or should there be one there as well. i went to a junk yard and there was a 2.4 with the same ground but there is no evidence that any wires on my vehicle have been removed. i am thinking about just running a toggle to see if that works but that can be a needless task. any ideas as to where else i might check? btw i have checked the relay and the 40 amp fuse in the junction under the hood and all is well seems like that ground is the issue but i might be wrong thats why im here asking.

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SOUNDS AS IF MOTOR IS TRYING TO GO BAD. PUT A GROUND WIRE ON MOTOR AND RUN A HOT 12 VOLT WIRE TO MOTOR AND SEE IF IT SPINS GOOD AND FREE.

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