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Blower Getting power to the plug and I am thinking bad news, motor is gone ?? Do you think it is necessary to have someone try put outside power source to motor to see if it works or should I just buy a new blower fan ? Also, another question. I have been having a problem putting fuel in the truck. It will only take fuel really slow causing it to splash back no matter how far back I keep the nozzle. Any suggestions ? And once again, thanks for your help.

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You can certainly apply 12V to the blower motor right at the plug. It's not going to hurt anything. It should come on full blast. If it doesn't, than it gone for sure. As far as putting gas in the truck, is your check engine light "ON"? If so, it may be for the vent control valve beeing stuck shut, not allowing the fuel vapors go by thus resulting in the gas pump shutting off. Let me know what you find.

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