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Ac/heater only works when I hit a bump

My ac/heater seems to only come on when I hit a bump in the road

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This is What "I call" Odd Even BUMP Syndrom, in other words the Right amout of BUMPS and it will Stay ON for you. The CAUSE is ALMOST ALWAYS 1 of 2 Problems 1 is A POOR "GROUND" Wire at the BLOWER MOTOR it self, The Other is A Poor CONNECTION at ITS MAIN PLUG or CONNECTER It can be Corrected By Turning it ON and BY HAND WIGGLE the CONNECTOR to BOTH FROUND Wire to it AND the Main Connecter to it.

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