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Blower stopped working.

Suddenly the blower stopped working, nothing wrong with the fuse box.

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Heater blower motor resister is bad, or blower motor its self is bad. Run 12 volts from an outside sourse to blower motor, if it runs its resister if not its blower motor.

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