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1995 chevy alumina blower fan motor not working

Sometimes the blower motor will work and sometimes it won't. Does the blower motor need to be replaced and if so, do you know where it is on my 1995 chev alumina van?

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The problem is most likely the blower motor resistor. I'm not sure where it is located on your vehicle, most are on the firewall under the hood or near the blower motor itself.

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