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My heater blower randomly works and then doesn't work

My heater blower works great and then stops working. I heard a noise in the dash too when it is running that is a new sound. I am not sure if it is a fuse or if the blower itself is going out and will ultimately stop working altogether or if it is a loose connection.

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Check the resistor between the wiring and the blower under you dashboard. It is a small gadget. Not an electronic resistor as in TV resistors.I don't know what kind of noise . Is it a clicking noise a whirling noise ? what kind ? If this helps please vote.

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