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The car has more than 1 fusebox. You need to find the fusebox in the facia (dash) panel and locate the fuses . It will be 3 rows of 8 fuses (clearly marked) the rows are (A 1-8) + (B 1-8) + (C 1-8) . Fuse A 2 (20a) AC blower RHS and fuse B 1 (20a) LH blower. these should be clearly marked on the underside of the fuse cover. Good Luck
if the air started to work only on a few settings then the problem is your blower motor resistor if it just stopped all of a sudden then the blower motor is bad but the first thing i would check is the fuse. always check fuses first if you find a bad fuse for it and it pops rite after you put it in and turn the heater on then replace the blower motor
The blower motor is located under the hood on the passengers side next to the hood hinge on the firewall. But, check your blower motor resistor first. The resistor is usually the trouble maker. It is located next to the blower motor. It should have 2 screws holding it onto the heater housing. Also an electrical connector. I sincerely hope that this will get it working again. Best wishes to ya.