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Old 12-15-2015, 04:49 PM   #1
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2005 American Eagle Dash Blower Motor INOP

I cannot get the blower motor or the defrost blower to work on my 2005 American Eagle.

Called American Coach and they were very helpful. There are quite a few wires to sort through. I have power at the fuses, but no power to the red / blue wire. She said if I could not find anything to run a separate wire from the 105 circuit to the blower motor red / blue wire.

Anyone have similar experience of how you were able to fix this issue before I run this wire?
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Look on the bottom of the fuse block for burnt or broken wiring.
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Most likely one of the relays in the front bay below the driver seat. That's where the heat & defrost blowers are, and the Denso relays that control them.
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