Question Good Morning Roland,
I really appreciate all the information you have given me. I have learned about a lot about the wiring on my truck. I did every thing you told me to and nothing worked. so just for the sake of it I tried something else. I had some small DCV fans at the plant where I work. I went and got one of them and wired it in. It worked fine so as much as I hated to I broke down and went and bought a new blower motor and plugged it in. Problem solved. The old motor would work fine when you wired it straight to the battery but would not work when you plugged it into the connector. Now I just hope I can remember how to put my dash back together. LOL
Thanks again for everything.
Answer Thanks for the update, Tim. I had assumed that you had found it to be OK when it was tested as it was mounted in its usual position, but I probably too would have assumed as you did.
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