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Thank You!!! I was unaware of the center blower, assuming it was fed by the front panel. My mechanic did not mention 3 either. I have a Chilton manual and it too did not mention a 3 blower or the location. It currently is in the shop awaiting a "switch." I will go to the mechanic first thing to inquire about the third motor and see if they: 1) even know what I am talking about or 2) have already ruled it out. One of those things you need to see in their eyes... Thanks again for the insight.

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Third time's a charm. Would have told you to check the resistor first. Doh!
If it's any consolation, a bad switch is usually what makes the resistor go bad, but your old motor is probably just fine--sell it on e-bay!
Now, if I could only tell you where to find the resistor. Somewhere along the heater box between the switch and the motor. The resistors actually hang inside the box for cooling. It looks like the pick below with wires coming out. Some wires go to the motor, some to the switch.
Find it, take connector off, take 2 screws out. Pull it out of the heater box. See, it's all burned up.
Pay autozone $50 for a new one and get back to your life.


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