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Initially I heard a tapping sound around the glove box when I put on the fan. I tried to locate the source of the sound but unsuccessful, so, I decided to run the fan on high speed. It ran and then stopped after awhile.Since then, the fan is no longer running, I tried to check the fuse but I can't locate the blower fuse. Is the fuse the same as heater fuse? Because this is the closes I found in the fuse box behind the little drawer on the left side of the wheel

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    Azemheta Dickson Feb 13, 2014

    what is the label on the blower fan fuse for this model of my car?

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There is a 50amp heater fuse, then a heater relay. Once power gets to the blower motor, the resistor and fan switch provides the ground circuit.

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Well it sounds like the blower motor relay is out you might also need a blower motor if it is using to much juice on high speed then the blower motor is probabley about to go out and with the noise you are describing it sounds like a bearing in the blower motor is about to go out so probabley should change the blower motor and the blower motor relay.

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