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First snow of the year, and my '95 Wrangler's blower died.

I got off work at about 530 AM, started up, went to scrape the ice, got back in and it fired up for a few seconds. Then there was a click, and nothing. No high speed, low, nothing. I made it to the gas station and saw that the fuse was blown. Replaced it, but it still won't work. COLD drive home.
Any suggestions?

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  • RandallFlagg Nov 29, 2008

    There is? I'll go check Thanks!

    (Still thawing out here)

  • RandallFlagg Nov 29, 2008

    Well, I just checked again and the new fuse I put in blew as well. What now?

  • RandallFlagg Nov 30, 2008

    I took it to someone. It's a short in a wire.

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THer is an inline fuse for this blower behind the dash.

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

  • Frank Russo Nov 30, 2008

    That would of bee the next step.

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