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A/c and blower same???

Are the a/c fan and blower the same thing??


my car doesnt blow hot or cold but the condenser comes on...

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Yes the A/c fan and Blower are the same thing. If your Compressor is kicking in but your not getting it to blow at all it could just be your fan switch. I hope this helps you out and please rate my solution.
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