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Will the blower power modules from a 1997,1998,1999,work on a 1996 chrysler.

My blower motor power module is shot.i cant afford a new so must get a used one from junkyard.cant find the same car,only newer models.will the power module from a 1997,1998 1999 chrysler work on my 1996 chrysler lhs.or would you have a suggestion.

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Don't see a LHS for 1998, just compared 96 and 97, 2 different parts although same engine. They must have modified the heater/ac system in 98. From what I can tell, the 96 has a bracket attached to the motor whereas the 97 doesn't . If you were to remove the old blower motor and bring it to the junkyard and check it against the 97 or newer blower motors, it's possible that its just a matter of retrofitting the bracket off your broken motor to the newer model. Hope this helps and Best of Luck to you!

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