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1995 Honda passport, no hot or cool air.

The air in my 1995 Honda passport stopped working, and i don't know why. the air conditioner compressor is still working. but the fan or blower is not blowing air in the cab. hot or cold. whats the problem? i checked all the fuses in the cab and under the hood.

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Sounds like the blower motor is out. It is located under the dash board at the glove compartment to the right of the heater core. It's a lot of fun to change out. I would try to the electrical connections to it first. I can't remember what colors the wires are but there is a plug with 2 wires going to it at the left front as you look under the dash on the passenger side. Check that the is hot with a test light first before taking all of this apart.

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You may be out of refridgerant, That will probably need to be check.

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