Question about 1994 Mazda Protege
First off check your fuses and find the wiring harness for your fan and examine it. Look for any broken wires, burnt wires etc Next, grab a test light, unplug the harness from the car and test to see if you have voltage going to the fan. If you do and the fan doesn't work, the fans probably bad. If no voltage, then you may have a bad relay or temperature switch. Also, check your coolant level. That may be affecting your level of heat. If its the blower fan for the heater, do basically the same thing. check it to see if there is voltage going to it.
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