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Fuse for heater fan

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    some heat comes out but we couldn't find the fuse for the heater also where is the blower siwtch?

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It is in the fuse compartment on the driver side, it is a 30 Amp Circuit Breaker in position number #15, this is not a fuse, a circuit breaker will reset after a short, so most likely this is not the problem. Take it to a radio shack and ask them to test it, if you have an ohm meter you can test it yourself. Have you had the blower switch tested, how about the motor, jum a couple of leads from the battery terminals and see if it runs.

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