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Blower fan not working

Fan will not turn on
don't have fuse box chart

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If you go to the parts store you can pick up a decent 12v test light for about 8 dollars.you can test all of the fuses this way without a chart.If you dont find a blown fuse get back to me and we can go into the problem deeper.

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If your truck fan does not work on heat or ac then your problem is the blower motor resistor. It is located on the passenger side under the glovebox. Take out the two screws holding it in place and then unplug the connector. Take it to a parts store and get a new one they usually cost about 20 to 30 bucks.

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