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Blower for heater come on and off wend it want's to.

I have to move the wire to get it going but don't last long so do i need a new blower or new wire?

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If you can move the wire and it will run, i would say its not the motor, depending on what part of the wire your wiggeling, is it where it plugs in?, or is it further away from motor?, does motor, when it runs, run on all speeds or just a couple, if it does not run on all speeds than its the heater blower resister, they go bad alot on this type of car, resisters can act the way you discribed too.

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