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My blower motor doesn't work. I just tryed to install a new one and got the same resault. What could be tje issue? And how would I hard wire the blower?

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Hi, there no need to hard wire blower motor. Have you checked the blower motor resistor.If not take a test light, turn ing switch then turn on fan motor. then take test light to blower motor resistor and see if you have power there if so check your ground if good,replace blower motor resistor and your blower motor should then work. If i can help any further just re post.
Thanks dodge tec

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