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A/c fan motor does not blow, I can tell the

A/c fan motor does not blow, I can tell the compressor is cooling just no fan 1999 Honda odyssey ex v6 I changed the fan motor relay and checked the fuse......

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I had a similar problem and it was the switch. Before putting in a new one, however, I would check the fuses. They can be located under the dash on the driver's side by the hood release and also under the hood on the driver's side. If after checking the fuses I would try the switch.

Actually, mine would work on other speeds but not the one I needed. Does yours work on any speed? If not, then a fuse is more likely.

Good luck.
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