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I just replaced the blower motor on my 2006 hhr, it dosent Come on. I checked fuses,

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Assuming all fuses are OK, other possibilities include a defective HVAC relay in the BCM and/or a defect in the HVAC control assembly which includes the blower motor switch.

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Will it blow in the medium high position? If so it should be the blower motor resistor.

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