I would say your blower is probably failing. It is simple to check if you have a voltmeter or test light. When it stops working, you can check at the blower connector for 12 volts across the two large wires, or a test light that lights. If either of the tests show results, you have power to the blower. It is safe to say at that point, the blower is bad. Simply banging on it when it stops, may cause it to resume operation. Usually the brushes or commutator bars are worn/dirty, but it is serviced only by replacement.
Tuesday, August 11th, 2009 AT 12:51 AM