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A/c and heater fan quit , it was working fine and just quit i checked all fuses all were fine could it be the fan switch?

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Yes and it possibly could be the motor to check you need test equipment for starters a volty ohmn meter to see if your getting power to the motor and a continuity checker for the switch to see taht it is working properly

Posted on Aug 22, 2010

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SOURCE: fan for heater quit running on 2000 nissan Maxima

Run a 12 volt jumper lead to the fan motor connector from the battery or fuse box, if the fan runs replace the fan speed control module

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SOURCE: 2000 Ford Taurus-- Heater not working.

heater valve to let the coolant into the heater core is not working the heater cluster in your dash that controls the heat might be bad. it also controls the fan and air conditioner

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SOURCE: no low speed heater fan, only high speed works

BLOWER MOTOR RESISTOR IS BAD . HI SPEED IS DIRECT POWER BUT ALL OTHERS GO THROUGH RESISTOR

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SOURCE: 2005 silverado heater fan not working

unplug the blower motor and test it for power and ground, find out which isnt working, if there is a failier at the socket you may have a bad blower speed control. If that socket passes you testes then it should be your blower motor.

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SOURCE: need to find a fuse chart to tell which fuse to check, the numbers are 1 through 40

use a probe and check fuses to see if one is blown should be power on both sides of fuse if not it is blown repplace as needed

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