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Heater and A/C don't work

I check fuse and is good i was told it may be the blower how do i test the blower

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Unhook the blower and hook up the wiring to a 9-volt battery and if it turns then your'e free and clear my friend... i HAD the same problem and i disconnected mine and just hooked it back up and she worked just fine...

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