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Heater blower won't shut off after the car has been turn off.

Heater blower keeps blowing even after car is turn off. i have to uplug cble from battry so car does not run down.

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Check the resisitor in between the blower and the wiring under your dash.it is a small gadget. Not an electronic resistor as you would see in TV or other electronics.

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