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I have a dail blower switch on my 1998 Mark VIII. I does not cut on the blower for my heat and air condition

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In that case either the switch or the relay are faulty. To test it is easy: just take it out of the dash and disconnect it: if the fan stops it's the switch, if not it's the relay. Replace the broken part.

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