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A/c blower fan not working on an 2006 avalanche. The Air conditioning or blower motor not working. how do i troubleshoot. it has a digital display with two temp setting. It does'nt work even with the a/c off the defrost or any thing.

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Check the fuses, your owners manual will show where they are located, if this isn't the problem then you may need to replace your blower motor, a simple job in most vehicles requiring a minimal amount of tools and a little electronics knowledge

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