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Replaced blower motor, now runs continuously.

I replaced the blower motor in my wifes 1999 Olds Intrigue. The new blower motor is OE equipment and runs great. The only problem is that it won't turn off. With or without the key in the ignition, I have to unplug the connection to turn it off.
I suspect a short somewhere in the system. When I plug in the fuse, it sparks.
Any suggestions?

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Run's continuously ? High speed , low , med 1,2, 3 . ????
Probably the high speed relay contact's stuck closed . The fuse for the high blower is hot at all times , low blower fuse is hot only with key on. It sparks becaused the motor turns on . If it had a short the fuse would blow . The blower motor relay is part of the resistor pack near the blower motor .

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