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  • avatar docj 07/23/09 10:55 pm PST

    Check for electrical power at the blower motor itself using a test light.

    If no power is present,and the vehicle has (ATC),Automatic Climate Control,i suspect a faulty Blower Motor Power Module.

    If power is present and it has a good ground,the Blower Motor itself is faulty.

    What you can do is give the Blower Motor a whack with your fist or a small rubber mallet,(,Key on,blower motor on high),dont kill it,just a tap ,if it comes to life or makes any sound at all,then its faulty.


    Doc J

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  • docj 07/23/09 10:55 pm PST

    Check for electrical power at the blower motor itself using a test light.

    If no power is present,and the vehicle has (ATC),Automatic Climate Control,i suspect a faulty Blower Motor Power Module.

    If power is present and it has a good ground,the Blower Motor itself is faulty.

    What you can do is give the Blower Motor a whack with your fist or a small rubber mallet,(,Key on,blower motor on high),dont kill it,just a tap ,if it comes to life or makes any sound at all,then its faulty.


    Doc J

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