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Vent blower not operating
Posted by Anonymous on
You can check the fuse panel for a blown fuse. Replace blown fuses with the recommended fuse only. Its not safe for your car or you, to switch them to a different size. Be sure that your ignition is in the off position and take the keys out before you change any fuses. If its not a blown fuse, you could have a blown fan motor or faulty wiring but I'd start with the fuse box.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this is what is called a factory default. for safety purposes if there is a problem with the wiring in the climate control system it defaule to the defrost position so you can see out the window. this can be a pretty tough job, the whole dash may have to come off. unless you well versed in automotive diagnostics and troubleshooting, and have the right equipment, I would take it to a local automotive technician.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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