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2001 Honda Civic A/C Blower won't run on any speed.

40 amp fuse under hood is OK. Checked for voltage at 2 pin connector at blower motor, No voltage. With ignition switch on the underhood fan will run briefly when the inside blower switch is turned on. Any suggestions? Thanks

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Check the heater/lighter fuse in fuse box located inside the car

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