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95 baretta, after heater core replacement

Sometimes the fan blower works, tested good. checked the controls, stays on dash blowers when works, moving the dial from defrost to floor doesnt matter. I also found a small module just under the controls, unpluged it and repluged the wires worked once then nothing again

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  • rattandoomwa Feb 03, 2009

    dies the fan relay effect the blower motor ?

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Well sounds like a bad ground wire recheck for any lose wire by the heater core.

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Check the fan relay.

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