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Blower motor 92 dodge ram 5.9 deisel

The blower motor quit working i checked the fuses they were all fine. i ran a jumper wire from fan to pos. at batt. with a inline fuse for temp. heat. i am not getting any power to the fuse box.also my power windows dont work unless i have the jumper wire hooked up.

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  • j_taverna Jan 02, 2009

    I checked all the fusible links I could find. I don't know where there are any fuses under the hood. thank's for the info

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Have you checked for any blown fusible links & fuses under hood?

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There should be a 25amp fuse running from your battery...check if its blown. more than likely thats your problem

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