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Blower motor does not work I checked the fuses

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Start by checking power at blower if you can. if not replace switch. Always start small......

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There is also a blower motor resistor. I would check the resistor, and if not that then possibly the blower motor, but get a volt meter and make sure you are getting battery voltage.

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