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Old 05-14-2011, 06:13 PM
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The blower is working off of 12v and the resistor is connected to the ground side of the motor, the resistor is connected to the speed switch. It should have 12v hot with the key in the run position. Find you a jumper wire of the correct gauge wire and jump the ground side of the blower to a known good body ground and see what happens(key off when connecting then turn the key to the run position). If the blower spins faster replace resistor block. if not replace blower.
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