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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like the resistor block that gives you the various fan speeds has had it. This is a replacement only part and in most cars can be found close to the blower fan up into the air box.Consult your dealer for exact location and cost.It's not a hard job to do,just a biy hard on the back.Good Luck
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
Hit the blower motor with a hammer handle and see if it comes to life, if it does then the blower motor brushes are sticking and you must replace the motor. As for the fuse, if the fuse was the problem then the blower circuit would be shorted to ground, I'd highly doubt that is the problem. In any case if the fuse was gone then replacing it would just result in it blowing out again until the short is fixed. So hope that the motor is the problem as electrical troubleshooting is labor intensive so very expensive.
Posted on Sep 08, 2012
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