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Blower worked intermittently on 5 hit a bump on/off replaced resistor and pig tail but blower still doesn't work?? what do I need to check now?? grounding??

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If blower motor resistor was replaced, make sure all connections are tight and well plugged in. I would supply direct powerr and ground to the blower motor to see if it works. It still sounds like a resistor issue

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