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Mt heat wot work just replaced blower motor 1 month ago.

I beleive i have a short or fuse problem somewhere, the radio doenst stay on when i open my door and my seat wont move anymore.

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Year of car unknown, but as far as the radio problem , check your fuses. Sounds like a blown BODY fuse. Check lighter fuses also

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