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Blower motor is not working - is there another fuse?

Fuse in the internal fuse box is good. Is there another fuse somewhere to check?

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If the blwers are not working it could be as simple as the fuse blown ifthis is not the case it could be the actual switch that has burnt out, i had the same problem in my ford focus i just replaced the switch in the dash (the on/off switch) i just went to the vehicle dealer, if this is not the case then the blower motor could be either burnt out or seized if thats the case (highley unlikely) then its a dash strip job and shouldnt really be done by an amature.

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