A/C Heater Blower Motor

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I have an electrical gremlin.

Today my blower motor was not working in the high setting. The first 3 were fine. I assumed it was the relay. After some research, I unplugged the resistor and the high speed started working. I plugged the resistor back in and now all speeds are working like they are supposed to.

Any idea as to what is going on? All parts are original. I will say this. The red wire leading from the relay to the back of the alternator doesn’t look great but I don’t see anything obviously wrong.
 
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I have an electrical gremlin.

Today my blower motor was not working in the high setting. The first 3 were fine. I assumed it was the relay. After some research, I unplugged the resistor and the high speed started working. I plugged the resistor back in and now all speeds are working like they are supposed to.

Any idea as to what is going on? All parts are original. I will say this. The red wire leading from the relay to the back of the alternator doesn’t look great but I don’t see anything obviously wrong.
It could be a bad motor friend.
 

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It could’ve been just a bad connection sometimes just by cleaning up the connections and putting on a little bit of dialectical grease will help.


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