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Original post by: 040304 ,

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Alan,

1.)  Check the fuse

2.)  See if you can test the voltage to the blower motor.  If you have voltage, you have a bad motor.

3.)  Check the blower motor resistor if there is not voltage to the motor.

Either way, [http://ww2.justanswer.com/uploads/ebrock63/2009-01-07_223335_bm.pdf|check out this PDF] on location and diagram for replacement of both parts.

Regards,

Frank

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