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My blower motor quit and i checked the power and its at 12 volts. But still won't start what is next to check. This is on a 2004 Impala.

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Can you unplug the motor at the heater and jump the connections direct if it still doesnt work remove and test for short sometimes the resistence burns and it will only work on high

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