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Rear ceiling a/c doesn't blow air, front works in 2006 Expedition

I've pulled all fuses that had anything remotely tied to the a/c in its description and still unsure what steps to take next. This was taken to the dealer 2 years ago with the same problem - don't want to do that again.

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Find rear blower and check connectors to see if they are burned,also check fan switch and fan resister ,may or may not have resister ,some are built into switch check blower motor with direct conection from 12 volts

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