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The heater fan has no power at the fans green wire all fuses good and switch seems fine.fan works when jumpedwith 12 volts

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I had a blown fusable link that controlled the power for my fan and power windows. Check incoming power to the fusebox as well

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I would guess your not getting voltage to the switch or there may be a break in the wire, test the incoming wire with a trouble light or meter. If no voltage there, check the switch. troubleshoot all the way back to the fusebox.

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