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Blower motor on 2002 Sebring inop

The fan does not come on at all for the blower for heat or a/c. Checked the blower fuses which are good. Where is the blower located and what would be the next step to take? No fan but there is warm air coming out once the vehicle is at temperature.

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Replace the blower resister which is located on the passenger side under the dash .

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