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I have a 1995 dodge dakota and the heater is out fuse is good how can i check the blower motor with out taking it out of the truck

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Michele_F_S was exactly right with mine. However, I didn't have to replace it. Just cleaned up the terminals and plugged it back in. Worked great. Thanks for the post.

Posted on Oct 19, 2009

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On the right , under the hood in front of the passengers place you will notice a plugged in harness that is attached to the firewall.
Remove the two screws and you will have in your hand the blower resistor. you can get one at the deelers for about $10.00
It could also be a bad connection at this point. With blower and truck running try moving the wires around. The large one will be your power wire.
If it arcs there is your problem.
If you want to correct that just splice another wire and insert a new crimped lug Hope it helps

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