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The heater motor just went out completely on my car, what are possible causes.

(2004 Chrysler Crossfire)
in Beloit, WI on April 24, 2015
there is no motor function at all
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on April 24, 2015
blown fuse,check owners manual for location of blower motor fuse.or look on fuse box cover(s)for location of fuse.
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on July 28, 2017
I another thread somebody said he found leaves and stems blocking the fan motor. I decided this was the place to start. When I took the covers off a pile of leaves fell out. Pulled the motor out and there was more including a dome shaped piece of plastic. cleared everything out plugged it in and it worked!!! Was not too difficult to do all that. 1 hour tops!!
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