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The blower inside the passenger compartment of my 2004 accord ex sedan isn't working. i've checked fuses and none were bad so what else can I try? I'm a newb so detail as to what to check and how to do it would be appreciated!

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Blower in under the dash, on passenger side, with test light and blower switch on, check if you have voltage, test light will light up if you do, if there is voltage, replace blower motor, hope this was very helpful.

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