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Old 12-01-2014, 10:22 AM   #1
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Default Blower not working

Good day all,
I have a 2010 Platinum. My blower went out a few months ago I replaced the relay worked fine for a while and it went out again. So I replaced the resistor and it has worked for a while and stopped the other day. I swapped out the relay to check it no change. A senior member said to check the ground wire at the connection and clean it. I did check for power at the connection (resistor)and tha seemed to be good (power) i just can't tell if the resistor is bad or if the blower motor itself has gone bad. Seems to early for a bad motor or anything for that matter. i would suspect the control switch, but its push button or touch screen. Need one of you guru's to advise.

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