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Hello, I just saw your question,
Does the blower motor run when you turn the key off when the battery is charged?
This is an automatic system where you set the temperature and the system controls the blower speed to do the rest?
OK, under the right side of the dash is the blower motor, follow the wiring from the motor up to the blower transistor and replace the transistor. Two screws allow you to pull it down out of the heater case. Replacing this part will restore normal operation to the motor.
Let me know what questions you have about this
Then it is the same issue, do you have a voltmeter to check the circuit and what is the brand and part number of the part that was replaced?
That is a different issue than the blower running after the key is off.
If you remove the IG2 fuse from the underhood box does the controls power down? If it does the ignition switch is the fault.
OK, let me know what you find, the controls have a couple of power sources but the IG2 fuse is what should turn off when the switch is off.
So you can't find the IG2 fuse?
There is a fuse as well.
It is 30 amps and is next to the low beam headlamp relay. No IG2 fuse.
Do you have the cover for the engine fuse block?
The IG2 fuse is in the underhood fuseblock lower left hand corner one fuse up from the bottom
I don't know then, I will opt out of your question as I can't help further