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Why would the blower motor on your 2000 Cherokee operate intermittantly and sometimes not at all no matter what the speed is set at?

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2005-09-15 01:32:04
2005-09-15 01:32:04

A loose connection at the motor and/or bad ground at the blower motor. If it is getting current then the motor may have a bad spot/ high amp draw and need to be replaced.

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