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My blower went out that runs the heat and ac. I had it fixed 6 months ago. Could it be a vacuum hose connection?

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No that would only be electric that runs the blower motor. If I were you I'd check out the blower resistor and connector at the resistor. They draw alot of amps througth them, and they burn out over time.
Well let me recant my first statment. If the blower is working but is not coming out of the right vents then that could be vaccume. But the way you are saying it, I think you mean that the blower is not working at all.
And also you may have gotten a cheap blower that has died again?

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