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My blower motor isn't working properly. I hav replaced the blower motor and blower motor resistor. What else could be wrong? Last week the passenger floorboard was wet.

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The motor ,or the fan selector switch,and connector most likely are the problem,check the fan,it could be at fault,or the switch,and connector,as for the floorboard being wet,it is most likely the drain for the evaporator is stopped up,look directly below where the ac lines go in the firewall(in the car from under the hood)the drain will be there,blow it out with air pressure,like a air tank,and blow gun.Water will pour out like a water fall if you get it clear.If this was helpful,please rate,and thank you.

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