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Blower fan when i turn ignitition off, the fan keeps blowing, the fan to the a/c...heater...vent

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  • LaDonna Plott
    LaDonna Plott Dec 23, 2008

    thanks.....we will check into this. It suddenly stopped and it kinda works andthen it don't work......so we will check the connectors. thanks a whole lot

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