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BLOWER MOTOR the blower stopped working this last winter then it started to work again and then it worked off and on until it did not work any longer. cna you help me?

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Could be the switch in the dash
could be the relay switch
could be a loose or bad ground
could be the blower motor itself.
Now the fuse probably blew. Without checking and doing a little testing, it's hard to say what it is.

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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