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Is there a ground at any of the connections to the resistor when different speeds are selected on the blower switch?
Just to be sure, (it does say Ford in the make area)
2003 Dodge or Ram Truck RAM 1500
No ground to the blower motor or the resistor?
I figured that, being Ford didn't make any Rams, lol
So, actually there is no ground connection at the blower motor, (or resistor), correct?
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That would be in the switch, (HVAC controller) Please see attached diagram. The ground for the blower is supplied, through the resistor by the switch.
You will want to also see how the connector looks, they sometimes start to melt from the power going through them.
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The blower motor switch, it is part of the control panel on the dash, thanks
That may cause other problems but if the blower motor is getting power, (12v) and no ground, it doesn't involve the ignition switch.
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