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94 econoline no blower fan front or rear.

I checked fuse, thats good but no power at either fan.

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What fuse did you Check and where ? Inside fuse box ? Fuse # 9 15 amp . this fuse powers the control panel for Heater/AC ! Pull control panel an check pink / black wire for B+ voltage with key in run position . If there is power then check yellow / red for B+ power with the switch on .

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