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1998 CHEVY VENTURE A/C FAN DOESN'T WORK

The fan just blows on low i check all fuses and relays.same with rear air.

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You may want check the resistor on both fans. Are both the fans only woking on low? What happens when you put them on high?do you have a multimeter? hope that helps,


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Posted on Jul 15, 2009

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