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Blower motor issues

i have a 99 WJ limited. every now and then when the heat or AC is on the fans turn off. a simple fix for this is to reach over to the passenger side under the glove box and wiggle some wires. my question is whats the permanent fix for this??
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Re: Blower motor issues

http://www.wjjeeps.com/blower_motor.htm

Try reading the link above, I think that may answer your question.
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Re: Blower motor issues

probably the blower motor resistor. If you look under the glovebox you'll see the blower motor. There's a plug that goes into it. This plug can melt and if so will need to be replaced. You can however hard wire it for a quick fix. But you'll more than likely end up melting the socket, resulting in needing a new motor. It's an easy enough job though
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Re: Blower motor issues

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http://www.wjjeeps.com/blower_motor.htm

Try reading the link above, I think that may answer your question.
Thanks for this info. New to the Jeep and the motor just quit on me.
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