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My blower Motor is not working on my 1996 Mercury Mystique. I checked all the fuses, all the fuses work just fine. I then checked the voltage that was getting to the blower motor, and it read 12v. I then decided it was the blower motor itself, and changed it out with another...and then another...Since I got both from a junk yard, I thought they all might be bad. But then I checked the voltage when the blower motor was connected up. It reads 0. What else could be wrong? I was thinking bad wiring somewhere, but no idea how to go about this...help!

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Hello, try this..hook 12 volts directly to the blower motor terminals, it should spin! Check for 12 v at the plug that goes into the blower motor again. if good.. Hook a light tester to 12v supply and then check the ground wire in the plug that goes to the blower motor. if it doesn't light up you have a bad ground connection.
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