ac heater doesn't blow air on 2002 Pontiac Bonneville

I recently had my blower checked and they told me the blower was fine but there was a pig tail wire that cnnects to the back that had burned up. What is this wire andis it a quick,easy fix or should I just replace the blower

by in Harrah, OK on April 14, 2011
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ANSWER by on April 14, 2011
If they checked the motor and it was ok, you don't need to replace it. The blower motor usually have male connectors, that you plug the wiring harness on to. The burnt wire would be in that plug in connection. You can cut that pigtail off and buy a replacement then just connect it to your wires and plug in and go.
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