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A/c or heater do not blow from panel

My A/C or heater controls do not blow when I turn the fan on from the panel. I know the A/C works because when I drive on the freeway I can feel the cool air at the back end of the panel. It just won't blow out. Any ideas?

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Your blower motor needs to be replaced!

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