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1995 buick skylark can't get fans to work

Just bought this car and can't get heat or ac fans to work. am i missing a switch? no owner manual. please help

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It sounds like the fan is out on it you will probably need to replace it and its not hard to do three screws and a plug and then you put the new one in in its place.

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