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Blower motor The heater fan does not come on when the switch is on auto or when you move it to high. Is there a fuse for the blower motor? I have looked at the fuse box in the trunk and the one under the hood. Is there another fuse box?

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  • timovgod Jan 11, 2009

    did you ever get this fixed, everything seems to be working except the blower and I know it has to be on a fuse but nothing sticks out

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Iam having the same problem and i found out the problem is in the plug where u plug the fan motor into the wire harness plug weggle that around and push it into the other plug harder its usaly the wire harness plug has to be replaced.

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It may be a silver or black relay that is in your fuse box(a big fuse)

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