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How do i check to see if the fuse went out for my heat

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Do you want to know why the blower doesn't work? If so, start at the underhood junction block and check the 30A BLO MOT maxi fuse which feeds power to the blower control module. Next, at the instrument panel junction block, check the 10A CSTR/SBM fuse and the 10A HVAC fuse. Both of these supply power to the heater and A/C programmer and the HVAC fuse also supplies power to the heater & A/C control. If all fuses are OK and everything is operating except the blower motor, check the voltage across its BLK and RD leads. The blower motor may be no good

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