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Heat fan problem

The heat/vent fan on a 85 cabriolet stopped working, as far as i know its not the fuse. I was wondering where the fan is located and if it is hard to get to (do i have to take the dash off?)

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It might be on the inside of the car on the passenger side under the dash or under the hood passenger side on he firewall

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