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My 2001 Honda Civic EX blower motor won't blow, checked fuses under hood they are good

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If u have a test light you can check and see if you have power at the blower motor connector. if so you have a bad blower motor if not you might have a poss short or bad resistor. you can always try banging on the motor to see if it starts working again

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