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Blower motor I believe I have a blower motor problem - the fan doesn't come on at all - the rear fan works fine. - there is a clicking noise on the passenger right. - Could it be a relay that is bad, if so do you know were it is located - the owner's manual was no help. And there is no heat or air conditioning

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  • phillipcsm Jan 10, 2009

    please post the procedure - thanks so much

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Usually a worn out blower motor. buy on ebay if you are going to do work. I will post repair procedure if you are.

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Just make sure that no "critters" got in too... I had the same problem, but found a mouse had gotten in and made a nest inside the blower itself. Dunno how it got in there .. but it did

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