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The A/C blower just stopped when I hit a bump in the road. I checked all the fuses and relays and all were good. Help

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It is likely the blower motor is bad,turn the key on,and the blower on high,bump the blower motor with your hand,if it starts working,replace the blower motor,if it does not,then look at the back of the fan switch to see if the connector is burned,if so,replace the switch and the connector,If this is at all helpful,please rate,thank you.

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