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This can be due to the blower motor resistor. Follow your blower wires and if they lead to a part which has 2 screws and 1 connector in the underhood ductwork. That would be the resistor. Sometimes tapping this part with a broom handle will reactivate it. Other models have a primitive under dash resistor which looks like several coils of wire on an electric board. This is close to the blower box under the hood.

Check fuses.

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