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I HAVE A 1997 MERCURY TRACER LS. THE HEATER BLOWER WENT OUT. WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?

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Check the blower resister and blower motor connection located under the passenger side of the dash.they have a tendency to get burnt up due to a poor connection .:)

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