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  • biglongone 01/14/13 2:41 pm PST

    I read your question and have had the same problem. First thing you could do is put a long screwdriver on the blower body under the hood and tap it firmly 3-4 times with a hammer and see if it will start. These motors have brushes that wear down or get clogged from residue. If it starts you may get months or years out of it. If it doesnt start then measure voltage at the plug to be sure you have power. If not the go to the fuse etc. etc. New and used blower motors are aplenty on E-bay and cheap. Bob

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