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when I grounded blower motor it it took out the blower motor and the radio. Is there a circuit or relay for both? Answered

94 chevy corsica

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lemonie
lemonie

Best Answer 11 years ago

Could you give more detail? Have you "broken" something?

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beelman813
beelman813

Answer 11 years ago

Blower motor was not working so I grounded it and killed that and the radio.  They are on different fuses in the fuse box in the car.  Is there another spot I should check?   Thank you for your help

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lemonie
lemonie

Answer 11 years ago

OK, I would un-ground the motor and see if the radio works again. I wouldn't expect touching the blower to permanently "take out" another device. Since you've mentioned the fuses, you will have checked them.
Could you be precise about the grounding - as I'd expect the blower to be connected to your chassis anyway I'm not too sure what you did that was different.

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AndyGadget
AndyGadget

11 years ago

You'll probably find it's the same fuse which protects both things.
Check in the fusebox which will probably be on one of the bulkhead panels under the bonnet (hood to you ;¬). If you're lucky, the lid of the fusebox will tell you which one does what.  If not, look at each in turn until you find the blown one.  A resistance meter would be useful here.

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beelman813
beelman813

Answer 11 years ago

thank you I will check that