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1995 Dodge Dakota 4cyl 2.5

My heat and air blower does not blow, and the fuse block looks like it has been melted so I don't know what fuse goes where ant idea where I can go online to find a ZZZZFuse box diagram>

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Type in zzzz fuse box diagram on google. com

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