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Blower motor intermittent failure

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Change your blower motor resistor, common problem, where certain speeds will work intermittently and eventually complete failure. Located under the dash behind the glovebox. My #5 just quit working, I will be doing this tomorrow. My last TB, same thing happened. My neighbors TB same problem, only her female connector was melted that plugs into the resistor. My current TB is melted too, so I need to replace the connector and the resistor. This problem is so common in TB's and Envoys, it should be a recall.

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