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Why are my negative wires getting hot to my blower motor on my 2003 JGC?

(2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee)
in Drummond Island, MI on January 08, 2014
Or where do I connect my ground wire?
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of G. T. Service Center on January 08, 2014
Blower could be drawing at lot of amps from running on high constantly, and it could have a bad or burned ground contact or connection.
on January 09, 2014
Do you have a simple suggestion on how to possibly repair it(or even temporary repair)..without taking it to a shop and paying up the a$$?
of G. T. Service Center on January 09, 2014
I would like to see exactly where it is and what it looks like before giving a solution. If you can find a good piece of ground wire and splice a larger wire to it then ground it at a better ground connection it might help for a while.
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