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Blower Sorry, I'm kind of confused. Since I am getting power to the plug, is it safe to assume the motor is gone ? You stated that it should fire up if I plugged put power to it. Doesn't make sense. Please clarify.

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Yes, its safe to say, that your blower motor is NG if you are getting power to the connector.

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That's why I said to bench test the motor/put 12V to it to see if it comes on, BUT you told me that you have power at the connector, which should turn the motor on, but you have only 2.4 V going in. Since you have the AUTO A/C I would look into the blower motor AMPLIFIER mounted behind the glove box on the side of the air box. Its attached with 2 screws. I would look at that next. Your AUTO A/C setup has a "blower motor resistor" and an "amplifier". Check the AMPLIFIER next. Usually when the RESISTOR goes bad, the blower will only work on speed #4/HIGH, but your doesnt work at all. I would look into the AMP assembly. I don't think that the piece is that expensive. $100??? Good luck and let me know what you find.

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