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Heater blower motor not connected

The heater blower motor on my 2000 wrangler doesn't come on. the power wire is hanging loose under the dash, and I can't find where to connect it. Help, it's about to get cold!

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There is a single terminal on the blower motor.
Unless the terminal broke off, you should be able to see it.

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