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My 1997 Mazda Protege heater does not blow air, i replaced and tested blower motor, resistor and fuses inside the cab. Still nothing

The A\C switch still lights up when the blower switch moves but nothing else. any ideas what to check next?

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Before replacing the blower motor, you should have checked the motor's input wiring loom for power.
Do you have power here?

If you don't have power, then you need to check your blower switch output wires.

Posted on Nov 04, 2012

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  • Gerr Leclerc Nov 12, 2012

    i should have wrote "i replaced OR tested" as i did not replace fan but did run power to it

  • Gerr Leclerc Nov 12, 2012

    not getting power from wires to the fan but don;t know how to get up inside dash to test do i hasve to remove whole dash?

  • Jamie Alton
    Jamie Alton Nov 12, 2012

    Does the vehicle have climate control or manual heat settings? If you have a dial type of fan switch, i.e. click, click type when turning, then check that switch.

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