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Cabin fan is intermitten. It works (blows air) and the it stopps and then it comes back... ?

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If you havent fixed it already, the problem 99% of the time is a blower motor resistor, usually found in the passenger foot well by the blower motor, look for large red and black wires going into a connector, usually held in by 2, 8mm screws

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