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Blower motor stopped working. Checker blower relay-no 12v coming into relay. Checked blower fusible link- checked ok. don't have wiring run diagram, is ther any on the web? thamk you.

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I found one HERE. Second post on that page is the diagram that should help. Good luck!

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