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Blower for Heat/A/c not working

I bought a blower motor relay but I'm sure where it's located to replaced.

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It is under dash on passenger side rt next to the blower motor. Be sure to check the harnes as these burn up as well you can get the plug from dealer and splice in if it is melted looking

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SOURCE: front blower motor will not

This may be a faulty Blower motor resistor, usually mounted inside the blower motor air box, or defective blower motor. There is no single Relay for the blower motor.

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