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I own a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited. It has about 75,000 miles. Recently on a long trip, the blower for heat simply went out. I turned it off, and 20 cold minutes later tried it again, it worked. For a week. For the past 6 weeks it would randomly go off, I would turn it off and try again after some time. Usually, it would come back on, sometimes I had to repeat the process a couple times to get it to work. However, it went out the other day, and won't come back on. I thought I would ask community. I's not the blower motor, I tested it. Anyone??

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There is a blower motor resister. it creates a lot of heat sometimes melting the electrical plug. check the plug for signs of melting and check the resister for deformation. Both parts can be purchased at rockauto.com

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