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I need a blower motor module but cant afford a new one so a used one is in order ,however,i cant find the same car in junkyard,will the module for other chryslers with ATC work on my car?

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The blower motors for any of the LH line would work fine, Condorde, Intrepid, etc.

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http://tinyurl.com/2005PacificaBlower
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