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Wheres relay switch

Not getting any air on any speed

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In the bottom of the heater box on passenger side under dash they is a resistor on the bottom of it replace will fix your problem two screws is all that holds in on and unplug the wires

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Most likely blower resistor or blower motor, under right side of dash.

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you have a bad blower resister /relay and it is located under the passenger side of the dash under the glove box!

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