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Blower motor suddenly quit working. The A/C compressor engages when turned on, but no blower. COuld it be the resistor or the blower relay or blower motro?

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  • Anonymous Jan 11, 2009

    Hallo ik heb het zelfde probleem. Ben aan het zoeken op internet hoe ik dit moet oplossen?

  • Anonymous Jan 13, 2009

    my blower just quit working. i took it out and tried it on a battery and it worked

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If it is a 98-06 chevy p/u most likely its the blower speed resistor located under the dash on the right side. really easy fix!

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