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Wondering if it is a fuse? and where are they located at?

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My front air works fine,rear air does not even come on using either driver or passenger control knobs.Think control switch(switches) are inop?


If you had a volt meter, you could test inputs at switches, but start with the one on the dash first not the overhead. Always check fuses first for correct voltage on bothe sides of the fuse. It is not likely ther is a rear blower fuse. You can actually test the switch too with the resistance test of the meter. As you cycle the switch through positions you can see if the paths are getting transferred then if they are you move to rear blower and check for voltage at blower. The main rear blower switch will only function in the rear selection mode on the dash switch so the rear switch is out of the equation., good luck

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Trailer lights plug on truck


MAY BE AN INLINE FUSE. WHERE IS THE FIRST PLACE IN HARNESS YOU HAVE POWER, AND THE NEXT PLACE YOU HAVE NO POWER? THE PROBLEM IS IN BETWEEN THESE TWO POINTS

Jul 21, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Blower motor always high front and rear


look in the fuse panel there is a fuse for blower high and blower low check the one for blower low the location is on the inside of the fuse box lid

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I have a 96 dodge grand caravan with front and rear heat and air . i am looking for all the fuse and relay locations for the front blower motor ? the rear heat and air work but the front blower motor wont...


#26 40 amp orange fuse ---it is under the hood of vehicle in fuse box. Relay labeled "F" in passenger comp on juction block behind left side of dash is for rear blower motor, front blower motor relay is behind juction box.

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I can't find the fuse box in the rear of the car. I have a 1997 Seville and the air conditioning nor the heater blower works. I was wondering what the problem could be.


the fuse box should be under the hood in the engine compartment or inside under steering column. check there i don't know why you are looking at the rear of the car.

May 18, 2010 | 1997 Cadillac Seville

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Both electric rear windows do not operate


Hi,

Thanks for using FixYa!

If the rear power windows don't work. Its possible that you have a blown fuse for the rear side windows. Open up the fusebox usually located under the dashboard. Check the fusebox manual. Locate the fuse for the rear power windows. check if the fuse is blown. Replace the fuse. im 98% sure that its just a blown fuse.

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were is the fuse located for the air ride

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Air ride not working


Is there power at the compressor? If not, check the level switch located at the rear of the vehicle (connects the rear axle to the body via a small arm that moves with body up/down motion)

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Rear air conditioning


The rear fan fuse is located in the engine compartment on the drivers side to the bottom right of the master cylinder there is a black cover, its right in there it should be a 30 amp fuse, if you flip the fuse cover it will tell you where it is. hope it helps, but if it blown look into the fan or the switch, it blew because of a reason.

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