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Fan blower starts up as soon as the car is started. Cannot shut it off even though I press the "Off" button. Keeps operating in all functions...vent, floor, a/c etc. Thanks, Joe

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Your 'fan blower resistor' went out. I believe it is located up under the dash on the passengers side, can't be certain. You will need to locate your blower and the resistor will be right beside it. There will be a bundle of wires, approximately 4 or 5 going into a bundle connector that plugs into your resistor. 3 -1/4" screws hold it in place. You can get a new one at your local auto parts store for between $25 and $35.

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