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Old January 21st, 2013, 01:50 PM
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Default New member!! 97 ranger blower motor trouble

Hi all!
in desperate need of help. Im a college student in Sault Ste. Marie, MI and it is incredibly cold and we got about 2 feet of snow over the weekend. go figure, my blower motor wont turn on AT ALL! worked fine two days ago. Im thinking its a switch, relay, or fuse. and possibly, i dont know if this can even happen, but maybe snow got into the blower and froze? any thoughts on what it may be or where I can start? all would be appreciated
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well as you stated many variables

check the fuses & relays first

the ones under the dash and if that Ranger has them in the box under the hood check them also

look under the hood on the other side of the glove box the motor should be there
check wire connections

a manual would be great for finding location of the fuse/relay for the heater


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