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A/c heater blower will not work jeep grand cherokee limited 2004( checked fuses, not blown. )

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Check all the relays under the hood, then check the speed switch for the ac fan control.and wires

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You've probably solved your problem by now but if not, you really need to buy a cheap digital multimeter. It will help you in this kind of situation and others.
Connecting it between the output side of the fuse for that circuit and ground can let you start pulling connectors until the low resistance causing the blown fuses goes away.
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