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Blower heater in 1999 dodge dakota V6

Thank you 4 responding. I will try this when my blower fan comes in tomorrow. I hope I can do this myself. Money is tight. You've been very helpful. Sugar

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    Happy holidays to you also!

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Your very welcome .. happy holiday and good luck.. the work is basic and straightforward..a little cramped but you will succeed!

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