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1991 e150 heater fan not working at all

Just got this van off craigslist. Upon further inspection I've found that the heater/ac blower is not working. Would this be a fuse or relay issue?

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ther is a small fuse in the switch itself so i would try to replace this if you get movement when connected to battery directly. if not try to check connections directly behind it to make sure you have voltage with a tester or a wire and a bulb if needs be.

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