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If this is in a car then test for continuity out the plug that connects to the fan blower motor (make sure to do this when the switch on the dash that controls the fan speed is set on the highest setting). make sure to test for power with a DVOM (digital volt & ohm meter) not a 12Volt test light. (if you use a cheap old test light you could short the circuit out along with the switch and all.) if there is power then you need to replace that motor. (90% of them are very easy) ( passenger side under the dash)

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Fig. Typical behind-the-instrument panel view of HVAC related components. Depending on the HVAC option, not all components are used on all vehicles (click for zoom)

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Fig. Typical HVAC operation schematic

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