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Most Commonly this will be the Blower MOTOR itself, Although the Relay or Modual can Also Cause it, The way to Determine if BLOWER MOTOR is the Problem is to Use a TEST LIGHT at the BLOWER MOTOR "POWER IN" Terminal if there IS Power there the Blower Motor is Bad

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