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1994 thunderbird no heat

I had smoke from the vents then no blower I replaced the automatice controle in the dash And the module at the blower and the blower. STILL HAVE NO HEAT wHAT DID I MISS HELP....

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The blower motor resistor that's located in the plenum. has about 4 wires and is about 2" x 3"

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