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Heat blower does not work in our 1999 ford

The heat/ ac blower in our 99 explorer was really loud. The next day it went out, but the blower for the backseat of the car still works. Would this be a blower or a fuse problem? If so, how easy would it be to fix on my own? I have a little experience with cars, but never this make or model.

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I would say most likely blower motor has failed due to noise before the failure. rear has seperate motor and wiring system. blower motors are typically fairly easy for the do it yourselfer

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