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A person was having a problem with their mercury cougar fan blower not blowing. i believe my blower fan has died as i am getting nothing from the vents in terms of air flow. where would the location of the fan be inorder to replace it? i tried looking under the steering wheel while rotating the on/off knob but only saw one thing moving and it was not the fan.

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The blower fan should be located behind the radio. close to the passanger's side. it is sometimes hard to get to

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