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Heater not blowing

My heater is not blowing . We have checked coolant and =changed fuses. Dont know what to do now.

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Does not blow in any speed setting? if it blows in high you may need a resistor block if it doesnt blow at all then you may have to look at your blower motor.

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That said, begin by checking your fuse panel[s]. IF it is a blown fuse just be sure to replace the blown one with a new one of the same AMP rating.
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