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Replace the blower motor resistor, this is your problem, this part is not expensive. heres a picture of it and its held in by 2 screws easy to change, hope this helps you.the resistor is located inside on pass/side under the dash near blower motor,blower motor still runs when engine is off - ce87732.jpg

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