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Unplug the power feed to the motor and turn on the switch. If it blows the fuse you have a short in the wiring you will need to repair. If the fuse does not blow then the motor is bad, change it. I woulld connect the new motor , groiund it and see if it works before I put it all back together. .

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    The motor would blow the fuse if it wher somehow blocked and unable to turn. According to chrysler service bullitins ice can form blocking the motor and blowing the fuse.

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You have a short in the wiring or the motor, change the motor first then check the wiring if it continues...

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How do you get at the motor to replace it

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you have a short circuit either in the wiring or the blower motor you need to check the wiring to see if you can see any faults if not the blower motor may have to be replaced......hope this helps......cheers.

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