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If anyone could help, I would appreciate it big time. I thought my '06 nox blower had failed so I replaced it. I had the same result with the new blower.... No power. So I replaced the resistor and still nothing. I decided to check the voltage at the switch. The meter read 6 volts for all speeds and at the blower the voltage read the same also. Why doesn't the blower work at all? What do I test next? Is the visit to the dealer the next step? I'd appreciate any feedback, thanks.

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If anyone could help, I would appreciate it big time. I thought my '06 nox blower had failed so I replaced it. I had the same result with the new blower.... No power. So I replaced the resistor and still nothing. I decided to check the voltage at the switch. The meter read 6 volts for all speeds and at the blower the voltage read the same also. Why doesn't the blower work at all? What do I test next? Is the visit to the dealer the next step? I'd appreciate any feedback, thanks.

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Should not be getting 6V feeding the switch. If you are only getting 6V after the switch, and on all settings, sounds like your switch is bad.
 

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Re: Re: Blower problems

All fixed now! It happened to be a burnt wire in the harness behind the drivers side trim. Glad to have heat again, yay!

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