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Heater blower won't work

Was working off and on but not at all now,can feel heat just no blower THANKS

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If it was working for a while on just one speed or two then it could just be the blower motor resistor part# 4864957 list at $45.05 at the dealer and less aftermarket. It is located on the passenger side behind the glove box in the blower motor housing. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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