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2005 dodge ram 2500 a/c blower dosent kick on replaced the blower variable resistor. checked the fuses still dosent kick on the morot is good i hot wired it to test but only in high what am i missing ?

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I am having the same issue. I can wiggle my keys in the ignition when it is not started and get the blower to come on. I am assuming it is ignition relay.

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