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95 Jeep Wrangler. Heater fan won't blow air.

95 Jeep Wrangler. No Air conditioner. Heater fan doesn't blow. Heat works, becaue I feel it slowly leaking out of the vents. I can't find my owner's manual and need to know which fuse needs replacing.
My vehicle does not have an airconditioner.

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Cagney Moog, brings back 2009 post from the dead files.
starting a new post is better, but lets higghjack op's post.
what car Cagney? 95 wrangler?
if it will not blow on high,?
the fuse blew, F12 fuse blown?

the a.c will not run if blower is dead. if blower power is dead.
the A/C will not run. (prevents ice up of evap core is why!)
logic, controls dictate this.
if not blow'g on high ,then the switch or wires are bad or blower is dead.
you can in fact hot wire any blower to test it.! its just 12vdc motor.
no magic there.
do you need a schematic?, it's free , posted over 300 times here

under chapter 8w. wiring.

click 93 YJ here, same. deal (generation same)
click wiring
then click HVAC,. its all there,
that is a real book, from jeep not some clone bs.
no CHIL-TONS or Auto-zoned.
index page 55 pd pdf.
blower is on real page 47 (pdf pg. 104 )

there you go,spoon fed to the page.
note how the resistor (speed)block is bypassed on high.
a super good clue as to whats up

super simple setup
no climate controls
no CAN Bus
no computers. here.
no magic.

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  • jmcummings20 Jan 10, 2010

    Hey, check the lid of the fusebox.



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