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My heater stop working and i tryed the heater switchs no them tryed all the fuses not them tryed the motor not that tryed the thing behind the glove box not that can you help

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Look at http://www.honda-tech.com/showthread.php?t=2041582 - somewhat difficult repair but cheaply fixed. Est time is 1 hour. The ohm resistor can be bought at Radio Shack

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