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Heater fan will not come on when it switched on.

Tonight is very cold (-25 C). I went out to start the car. I turned the key and the heater fan came on(I didn't switch it off when I parked). The car started and when I switched the heater on the fan would not come on.

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Locate your blower motor.probably under dash rh side, possibly under hood fire wall area pass. side. unplug connector to blower motor.if older style with one wire check for source voltage present at wire, source voltage meaning voltage present at connector should equal batt. voltage.if connector has 2 wires place multimeter on DC volts across both terminals and reading should equal source with fan switch on high.

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