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Some vehicles have a primary fuse box under the hood, these have heavy duty 20-60 amp spade fuses, usually located close to the battery, some supply sections of the interior fuse panel, if you pop one of these a lot of things will not work, hope ill fixya
Might be the Resistor pack located close to the blower. It has a flat connector with 4 or 5 wires, and two small screws holding in the duct. It may be a crispy critter. It happens... The blower moves air across it to keep it cool. The blower motor may be bad as well, or possibly the fan speed switch. May very well be the fuse for the blower as well. The blower connector may be loose. Let me know what you find.
check main fuse black box under the hood. look for a main fuse or relay bad. also the fan could be bad, try running the engine to operating temperature,. then look at the fan under hood to see if it's turning. the only way to be sure if fans turning is to see it turning. if you turn the key on, do you hear it come on? when cool? it should'nt come on until the engines warm!! the a/c fan will come on when you turn the air conditioner on, or it should. check for blown fuses in main fuse box under the hood in black box. thank you for choosing fixya.com
the cooling fans on autos require a motor, a power wire , a fuse ..........and
relays. ( look under your hood for a black box with some 1 inch by 1 inch black square relays ) under the cover it will tell you what relay is for the fan. u can take another relay out of the same relay box and test the fan circuit ( as long as the pins look the same and the relay looks the same ) and plug it in and see if that fixes the problem........if it does, go buy a new relay ( remember to put them back where you got them from)
its either a blown fuse, a bad relay, or the motor finally gave up. try the fuses and relays first
you have to check all fuses with a test light both fuse boxes under hood and under dash... if good next to look for is the light switch itself... has any radio work been done to the lately... if so alot of times hooked up wrong will blow park fuse as one of the wires to radio is the park voltage to tell radio to dim down some
I just had the same issues. No headlights, interior lights, power door locks, radio controls on steering wheel, or dash lights. Pulled every fuse in cab and under hood, not a one was bad. I disconnected the battery terminals for a few minutes. When I reconnected them every thing was working.