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2004 Jeep Liberty Heating system not working

My heating system is not working, I tried to locate the fuse for the heating system and couldn't find that. How can I get my heating system to work again?

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Chances are that either your blower relay is bad or the instrument cluster on the dash is bad. Relay can be found by going to autozone and asking where it is and how much it costs.But chances are that it is located in the engine compartment back by the dash(firewall)

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