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Why doesn't the blower fan, air conditioner fan and vent van does not work? Is it a fuse, switch or what? and how do I fix it?

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Its all one fan,
it could be the fuse, or the fan motor gone try changing the fuse first if it still doesnt work then send it to a mechanic.
Good Luck

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