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1999 Dodge Ram Van 2500 Conversion Van Blower went out, and blower resistor Switch. Replaced both, but the rear air is not turning on. Checked Breakers, made sure rear fan is on.

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There is a fuse by the rear blower motor i found an intermitant connection. Changing fuse holder fixed it

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