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My air condition/heater is not blowing any air in 1991 ford probe

When i turn on the heat or air nothing comes on. No air is coming out

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    then the blower motor isn't running?

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First check AC fuse, if OK, next check the blower motor by itself by disconnecting the wires connected to it and see if it works by connecting it directly to the battery power. If the blower works that way, then there could be an issue with some sensors or the conputer. Try disconnecting the battery for a while and also theAC fuse at re same time and then reconnect then. Many times alot of problems are solved this way because the computer, which operate many sensors nowadays, will automatically resest after being disconnected for a while. It that still doesn't work, there might be something more serious going on. Hope only what I have suggested helps.

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