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Old 01-28-2005, 02:32 AM
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Blower motor not working

Hi I have an 86 Chevy conversion van and my power windows and blower motor just stoped working,I have checked the blower mtr it is ok works if I jump it and have checked all the fuses all ok,being a conversion van I figure they jumped into a power line to get the power for the windows someplace.I havent checkd the blower relay yet but if that isen't it any one ever run into this problem before.

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I think the windows and blower may be on the accessories circuit. Which is usually the silver metal fuse. It's a 30 amp. Cannot be checked visually. You have to check it with an ohmmeter.

The only other problem I have had that was similar had to do with storing the vehicle over the winter. Moisture had corroded all my fuses. I removed them, cleaned the prongs, replaced them, and everything worked.
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Thanks for your reply I did find the problem bad connection in a conector hot lead from fuse box to the control unit.
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