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1998 Jetta my heater won't work, fan or nothing works on it

I just bought a 1998 VW Jetta and all of a sudden my heater stopped working. The fan won't come on absolutely nothing happens. I checked the fuses and their fine. Please help.

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  • Michelle Jewell Nov 28, 2008

    Going to check that out right now, thank you very much! Don't know much about cars being a female i've never worked on them much.

  • Anonymous Jan 23, 2009

    all the same.

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Try and giggle the switch, wears out sometimes, if not its probably the blower-engine thats done;)

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