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Heater fan not working 2007 ford frestyle fuses okay

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SOURCE: The heater fan doesn't work on my 1996 Ford

Check to see if you have power at the heater fan. It should be right under your glove box. Find the plug in and unplug it use a test light to see if you have power. If there is power at the fan plug than you need a new blower motor. Check in the fuse box under the hood for a relay or fuse also.

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