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It happens, my friend. Just replace the front blower motor. However, if u do it yourself, u can buy a replacement motor for around $150. Carefully tap the 'flywheel' off the blown motor and reuse the 'flywheel'. But if u take it to a dealer, they will replace the motor and flywheel together and u pay for it.

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