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Alright I'll start off my stating everything that's been replaced. Blower motor switch, resister, blower motor relay, blower motor, and fuses. With all that replaced I still cannot get the blower motor to turn. I pulled the connection off the blower motor and tested to see if it got power and it's getting current. So I have no idea what else to do.
 

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If 12 volts directly to blower motor won't make it spin either motor is bad or something is blocking fan rotation


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I just pulled the connection to the blower motor off and tested it for connection and it's getting 13.77 volts but still no turning
 

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If 12 volts directly to blower motor won't make it spin either motor is bad or something is blocking fan rotation


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I just pulled the connection to the blower motor off and tested it for connection and it's getting 13.77 volts but still no turning
Besides 12v power you need a ground path which for '99 & later is through the resistor (all speeds except hi), speed & mode switches. Usually that is what keeps it from working if you lose all speeds.

Here is a troubleshooting procedure that should get it working.

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f210/t...arding-the-blower-fan-28486.html#post15939209
 
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