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I have no heat in the van-no blower or heat. Is

I have no heat in the van-no blower or heat. Is this a fuse problem or something else?

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There are several probable cause it may be a fuse blown, resistor block which you can check for continuity or a blower motor prob.These things need to be checked one at time

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