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Heater blower hooked up not working new resister and all good fuses

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The heater blower motor needs to be checked.If the resistor is replaced but still the motor is not getting started then its faulty heater blower motor.Get the 12 volt checked by meter to confirm power to the motor.If no power then its faulty motor causing this problem.

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