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1998 olds intrigue blower motor

Changed blower and capacitor inside motor blew when turned on. Changed blower module and capacitor blew again. Any idea of whats wrong.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    There is no capacitor for the blower motor control, what part are you referring to??

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The easyist thing to do is to take it to a local garage. it cost me $120 for the part i needed and installation. and it was done in an hour

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