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Blower for the a/c, defrost, etc. will not run on front control. Rear blower works from front and rear controls

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  • rayzgirl Aug 06, 2008

    My blower completely stopped working today with no warning. The rear one works fine. Not sure if this could be a fuse or if the whole blower motor needs to be replaced. Its hot here.........any suggestions?

  • bart zarudny Aug 06, 2008

    same problem I have replaced the blower resistor, checked fuses, and the controler dial is ok can't figure it out.

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

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Ok, here's the problem and your solution:
I have had 3 blower motors go bad in less than 120K miles. Origninal made it to 74K and 1st replacement made it to 95K. All were replaced by dealerships with factory equipment at between $500 to $600 each time. This last time it failed, I decided to change it myself. Auto Zone has the replacement blower for <$200. It doesn't look exactly like the original equipment due to a modification which directs forced air over the blower's motor, (originals were failing due to poor design). Also, the replacement, at least for my '04, used different wiring plug. Just cut original off of harness and replace with correct plug.

Blower has been working great now for past 49K.

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