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SOURCE: diagram showing location of blower motor and installation for 2004 cadallic sedan 8 cyl

. How do you know you need one ? Did you do electrical circuit testing ? Is your HVAC - heater / A/C system automatic or manual ? Could need a blower motor control processor ! Electronic module . Did you check the blower motor fuse ? HVAC /BLO fuse 40amp in the rear fuse block ? Under the back seat ?

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