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Front blower for ac is not working. what could be

The front blower for ac is not working. The back blower works fine. I checked the fuses and they are ok.

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Disconnect the blower motor connector behind the glovebox. Using a test light check for power to plug with the a/c fan switch on. If you have power on the plug then the motor has gone out. Make sure that all connections are connected. Hope this will help you.

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