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Heater not working

I have a 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited and the heater is not working. I can not tell if heat is coming out but the blower is not working at all. It worked fine earlier in the day but a few hours afterwards I started the vehicle and it would not come on. Is it a fuse or some other problem and how can I find out for myself without paying a mechanic.

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Most likely your blower motor went kuput.

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Check drivers door inside dash board for fuse block. or under hood.

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