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Mitsubishi 380 - I have a problem with the internal blower fan motor.

I get 14Vdc on plug when unplugged but when plugged in to motor the motor pulses then stops & voltage drops straight to 0Vdc - I was wondering if theres a short on motor & dragging voltage down? Can't get a decent ohms reading on m otor as digital meter reading jumps all over the place. Any ideas please guys ??

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