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Blower motor resistor on '04 Dakota 4.7L V8. Second time this has happened, short out? Blower only works on lower levels, not on high.

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Has the blower motor been replaced as well. If you put one resistor on, and it goes bad again, the motor is pulling too many amps and burning it up.

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