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I can't locate on either side of the fuse boxes as to whether or

My car fan indicator goes on when I set the level of where I want the fan to blow...ie...low, med, high....and it does not blow anything at all. I get no heat, thinking that the AC would work, I tried that..no go. When the car is idling, inside front window starts to fog up, once I start driving again, it starts to clear, slowly.

Would there be a fuse to change? Or is there something else I have to look at?

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Replace blower motor resisteo located beside blower motor right side under dash has about five wires going to it.

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