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My heater's blower motor runs even when the car is off. I don't think it is the blower control module because when I switch the heater to "OFF" it does actually turn off. It's just that it is operational when the keys are out of the ignition. Additionally, the vehicle information center stays lit up without keys in the ignition, killing the battery.

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  • nmolinos Nov 16, 2009

    Thanks for the quick response. I don't think this is it -- the radio is not operational when the ignition switch is off.

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You MAY have an "Ignition Switch " thats bad.

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