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I replaced the blower switch on the heater to my car and it still don't work. What else could it be.

It's making a clicking type noise when I try to turn it on, sort of like a relay is going bad. I don't think it has a relay though. Just saying.

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Could be the blower itself have u tried before u installed the switch to use a jumper wire to verify a bad switch?

Posted on Nov 10, 2014

Testimonial: "It's been like that ever since I bout the car over 2 years ago.I thought the switch was bad because at first if you wiggle the button it would eventually come on. Finally it just got so bad and quit. I did buy a used switch. Can you tell me how to check the switch with a jumper wire? I'm a woman and they say we don't know anything about cars., but I sure got that out and putt it back correctly...lol. Your help is appreciated."

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    Tommy Thomas Nov 11, 2014

    if its a 2 wire switch u just hook em together if not best to trace main wire on blower not ground wire or research the blower wiring diagram in repair manuel ect

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