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Blower motor when i turn on my car the heater wont work but when i drive down the road if i hit a bump it turns on and i hit another bump it turns off. How do i fix this or go about finding the blower motor

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    heater blower does not work till you hit a bump in the road

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I say it might not be the blower motor but your on the rite track!good place to start sounds like a loose wire check under hood on passenger side to see if your blower resistor speed switch is plugged in or it might been in passenger feet area above toes in heater box! I think passenger feet area might be the spot your looking for! a v shape plug! i think you will find it no problem!hope this helps

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