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A/C blower not working

I have 1997 mercury sable the a/c was working fine and the compresor is kicking in fine but the blower motor is not comeing on at all at first thouth it was a fues and check all and thay are fine and it was all ok and it just went off and now want work the only thing working is the compresor

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Hi, you will need to replace the resistor switch in this case. the switch is blown. its the switch in the A/C control cluster.

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