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BLOWER NOT COMING ON

HI I HAVE 1995 EXPLORER WITH AOUT TEMP CONTROL BLOWER NOT WORKING HAVE POWER GOING TO BLOWER MOTORCHECK BLOWER WITH BATTERY CHARGER WORKS GREATCOULD IT BE HEATER CONTROL SOMETHING ELSE THANKS

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  • ccn7 May 11, 2010

    Might want to chk. for a bad ground.

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Try replacing the blower resistor, sounds like the thermal limiter may be defective.

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