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My heater stoped working no heat or air.

How do I fix my heater myself? Where is the fuse locationed.

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  • eileenm588 Dec 30, 2008

    I have no heat. Nor does the defogger work. No air condition either. I have tryed to re-set it but it still does not work. The heating seats work. The radio works lights work. But the heating systems does not work at all.



    Perhaps it's only the fuse. I've looked and read the manuel and have checked the fuses in the lower part of the inside of the car fuse box. And nothing seems to be burn. Do I check the box in the engine area. Where is it located? Eileen

  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2009

    My heater has also stopped working .I have checked the fuses though it is not easy figuring out what fuse is for what. Everything else is fine. the fan does not turn on. Thanks Randy

  • eileenm588 May 11, 2010

    No, I did not solve the problem.



    I assumed your Experts solve your probem for FREE was FREE. Your requesting a fee. So this is not as FREE as your advertising.



    Eileen

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blower motor regulators go bad because of the switching between low and high speeds. some times these are under the dash and require tiny hands and lots of patience

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