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Blower motor quit. I have replaced the resister (which looked shot) but did not solve the problem seem like when i move my controls it works (As in dash to floor or hot to cold) it just wont activate the blower motor

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Was the plug for the blower motor resistor melted or deformed? This would case a poor or no contact condition. Have you replaced the blower motor relay? It is a $10 part at rockauto.com.

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