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A/c/heater bower stopped working 2004 Dodge Dakota

It worked yesterday, fuses inside appear ok. In the power distribution center I can't tell if the 40amp HEVAC fuse is good or not..I've never seen these before. Could the problem possibly be the A/C relay? These seem to be the only related posistions on the diagram.

Also near the a/c unit there are 4 relays(I guess) but they aren't labeled. Any idea how I could find out which may feed the blower?

I do not have a voltmeter here to check them thought if they weren't too expensive I would try changing some first.

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Check Your heater blower motor resisto located somewhere on the heater box.

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Its the blower motor resistor i had to replace mine with 25,000 miles

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