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No heat or a/c in my 1987 chevy monte carlo

Air was working fine, then i changed my trans,added a new thermostat.i have a minor vacum leak but it was working before, now it seems theres a leak no matter what i engage whether it is the ac, heat,vents, everything

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    Heater motor is blowing but no heat is coming out.

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I'm guessing you lost the blower motor....there is a heavy gauge single wire by the trans fill tube that powers up the blower. The conection is usualy melted might be a red wire

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