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My 1996 dodge dakota is like and icebox. i live in northeren maine and need heat. the blower just stopped working i checked the fuses under the dash, is there something i'm missing? single female, trying to do my own work. help please

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    blower fan for heater does not work how do i replace

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Have you checked the blower motor

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