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Wired up blower motor power module - do I need to replace blower motor?

Hey guys - I got my blower motor resistor (power module) wired in - yes, I have ATC. The guy who owned the car before me had the blower motor power module resistor melt. So, he had the blower motor wired up to a switch, bypassing the resistor.

The fan speed controller is now working for the blower motor. It looks and works fine. When I took out the motor, there was some debris on it and in it, but I cleaned it out and also removed the spindle fan and cleaned that too.

Just wanted to know if I should be replacing the motor too?

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