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My heater doesn't come on for my 1997 plymouth neon could it be a fuse?

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You are correct to assume the problem. check both fuse/relay panels,inside and under the hood for blown fuse or relay. If all is well start looking for a short in the electrical wireing to the heater control. hope this will help.

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