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Cant stop the heat from coming out with all controls off

Can I take out the heater fuse and if so where is it located

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If your fan is off, pulling the fuse will not do any good. If you have A/C, turn the recirc door on. If not, the best way is to close all the vents off. My car does the same thing.

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