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Can not get the heater blower to stop running after the it is off

I have to disconnect the batt to get it to stop wondering if i need a sensor or something

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  • cootman Jan 14, 2009

    Heater blower continues to blow, after engine and control is turned off, what is the cause of this

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There's a resistor that has to be changed.

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