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Sensor heating fans don't come on

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Have you checked fuses?
that would be the first step, then if that is good you will need to locate the blower motor under the dash, and check to see if you have power there when you turn it on
some cars are known to fill up with water disabling the blower, this is usually do to the drainage tubes in cowl area being pluged up with debris from trees dirt and what not.

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