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The blower motor for A/C will stop, if you lift the tilt stering wheel up the blower will come back on. Now it won't run at all.Don

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Chech for loose wiring on the ignition. remove the steering cover and with key on engine off stand out of the way of airbag and wiggle the electrical connector and see if u can duplicate problem also check 4 chaffed wiring

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    should i disconnect the battery first?

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Actually under the steering column there is a wire harness,,, the big red wire and medium size wire are for the heater/ac motor...unplug the harness and give it a good blow to clean the **** out...to unplug, theres a white clip on top, lift it up and theres a little red slider on the bottom, slide it sideways, the harness should slide out of the clip to access the wiring

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