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Not air blows out at all

It started not blowing air, but then it would come back on vice verse. I have checked the wires and replaced all fuses. I pulled the relay switch and noticed it looked like a personal computer (kid of scary) that "appeared" not to be blown. please any help!

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The problem is your blower motor if you are referring to no air coming out your ac/heat vents. If the blower motor goes bad you will not get any air. Hope this helps.

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