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My battery died. Got a jump and the fan motor for the AC will not work. I checked all the fuses I could and they seem fine.

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Here is a fuse diagram for your car K4 is the blower relay if this is good you need a new blower motor Good Luck To You
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Work the connecters of the fans on and off a bit. Do they look corroded??

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