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Blow motor quit. and vent direction control.

The blower motor quit and i replaced it with a new one, and i had power at the plug before i put the new one in. Now it works but my vent control does not.

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When you replaced the blower, did you unhook any vacuum lines to the air ducts? Chances are that you did and without them, you can't direct the air to the defrost vents or any where else. Hopefully you won't have to redo a lot of the under dash work to fix this.

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