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2001 ram van blower not working. Also quit

2001 ram van blower not working. Also quit blowing when accelerating until you take your foot off the gas. Now no fan at all. Replaced blower switch in dash--no luck.

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  • diy-girl May 11, 2010

    did you check your blower motor resistor?

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