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The blower for my ac/heater does not work and i can't figure out which fuse on the fuse box is the right one because it is not marked and the owners manual that came with the jeep has a different diagram. Can you tell me where I can get a diagram or tell me which fuse is the right one to change?

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  • chief0505 Jan 28, 2009

    1996 jeep country, How can tell if the blower motor switch is bad, or if it is the motor?

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    Clarence Hicks Jan 30, 2009

    cant find blower fuses 2000 grand jeep cherokee

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    what year is that.. i may have the service manual




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Check fuses under the hood too if you shine a bright light on the fuses you can see if they are blown with out pulling them out are try a meter i hope this will help but i bet the blower motor is bad

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