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Heater fan stopped working

The fan stopped working out of the blue, I tried the two knobs (speed and location of air) with no success. The next time I started the van,the fan started blowing and went fine for several weeks, now it has stopped again and it will not work. checked fuses under dash and under hood. Under the hood are 5 identical relays I rotated them to try and see if one was bad. unplugged the connector to the blower motor and got no voltage when the fan should of been on.

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Check the back of the fan switch for power and inspect it for damage ,melted or loose connections.

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