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Front a/c heater blower wont work

The front blower wont work on heat or a/c . but the rear blower works fine

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  • styles29 May 19, 2009

    where is front blower motor?

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Here is the order of checking;


) Check maxifuse 105
) Check fuse 24 on interior panel
) Check blower resistor
) Check power and ground at motor.
) May be bad motor

Posted on May 18, 2009

  • marionbagget May 19, 2009

    You may also check relays.

    Look under the dash on the passenger side. It will look like a squirrel cage motor.

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