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Heater switch The heater and air conditioner fails to work

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So your saying that regardless of what setting you put it in your blower motor doesn't blow anything? correct?
If this is the case the problem is with the blower motor.
Have to check switch, relay , resistors and motor.
My bet is on the switch.

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

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