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Hi there! Front blower stopped working today, rear one still works. I sometimes have trouble with the OCM fuse. My doors locks won't work - I then take the OCM fuse out for about 45 seconds, then replace it. Everything will work. Is this related to my blower not working? How do I fix the blower? Thank you!

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Replace the blower motor resister behind the glove compartment. This corrects the blower issue. Don't know about the door lock problem.

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