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Is fan working? If not start with fuses. If you can get to motor check to see if voltage getting to it. If so it's the motor. If not then you have relays and the switch to check out.

Posted on Jan 15, 2013

  • Keith Van Note Jan 15, 2013

    Thanks for the imput. But the fan still works.



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about your heat i can help you i would say that for your heat the problem is the blower motor and maybe the resistor to so change those two parts and for your light im sorry i can help you good luck

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