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AC drained into blower motor...replaced moter and now wont work

2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor XLS - Air Conditioner leak first on driver side then on passenger side floor. We located the drain on the firewall before the dash below AC inlet lines it was plugged. Of course we found it AFTER blower motor seized from rust and water draining through it. We FINALLY found the right motor and hooked it up. it just doesn't work. Any suggestions?

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Did you check the blower motor before installation?Check for a blown fuse,and a bad relay,also check the blower motor resister.I hope this was some help.

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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