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Heater fan it stopped working. I found the fuse box under the hood, I dont have a manual, and the legend for the under hood fuse box, not sure which is the heater fan. Is there another fuse box I can check? Thanks Chris

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  • goyo5871 Jan 06, 2009

    The heater fan quit in my 2002 Jimmy, I cant find the fuse in the manual there are two fuse blocks but neither one list a fuse for the heater motor.

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    can find the fuse box under the hood of a 2005 f150

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There is another fuse box on the drivers side of the dash that can not be opened unless you open the drivers door because it is located on the end of the dash. The legend for which fuse is for what purpose is on the lid that comes off when you turn the lock mechanism counter clock wise. I found this while searching for the fuse for the 4wd

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