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2003 Aztec Dash Fan Burnt Out

Heating / ac fan on dash burned out this morning. Any idea how difficult or expensive it would be to repair it? This is not the "engine" fan, it's the one that blows hot/cold air into the passenger compartment.

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Did you first check to see if it your fuse......if not check at a auto parts store to get a price of the part and if you know a place that service cars see if they will put it on for you and you only pay them the labor. But remember to get a warranty for the part just case it done...Talk to you LaDa!!

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SOURCE: rear air conditioner

could be an electrical problem.

the solenoid for the rear evaporator is not being switch on to let refrigerant flow to the back evaporator .

another problem could be if you do not have a solenoid, then maybe the rear expansion valve is clogged that is why no refrigerant flow to the back.

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SOURCE: Faulty Fan Heater - The main vents are just blowing out cold air.

Go to your idrive., climate the vent settings. you will see a person along with vent areas on the side.
If this persons color is blue it blows cold air so turn the dial for vent closest to that person until the
color changes red then hot air comes out on the vents for driver and passenger. Then let me know.

2006 BMW 530i sport

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SOURCE: air conditioner blows hot air from dash

On most cars when you push a button or slide a lever to change your choice of location where you want the air to blow out louvers move inside the dash to redirect the air to your chosen location. When you switch from heat to AC other louvers move. These louvers are often powered by vacuum lines running from the engine. If one of these louvers is stuck or if you have a vacuum leak in one of the lines it may be causing your problem.

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SOURCE: 2002 Ford F 150 Supercrew,,,,5.4.

try disconnecting the cluster fuse and the radio fuse and see what happen if everything work...u might have an open circuit or a short on one of the electronic in your truck

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SOURCE: heater problem, 2

Most likly this van has seperate controls for driver and passenger heat and ac controls.If its blowing hot air your heat is working.These controls operate differant dampers that are electonicly controlled.If the dials arent working they would cause this problem.

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