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Heater fan gave out today Jan 28/2009

My heater fan gave out today, will not run on any speed setting, Any suggestions? fuse not the problem.

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First check the wires going to the blower motor to see if there is voltage there and if there is the blower motor is possibly gone check at a salvage yard for a good used one

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Sounds like you my need a blower motor

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