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Blower motor went aol.

Replaced heater core last yr. blower stopped working. looking for suggestions.. Thanx Lou

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  • Keith VS Dec 14, 2008

    Last nite got back into the car and no blower..... (it was about 6* out) what a cold ride home that was.... any idea's, I can't seem to find which fuse it is either?

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Replace blower motor!! heater core and blower motor are 2 different things in the heater system

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