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What would cause the air conditioner to stop working? The fan does not move.

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The most common problem that causes the fan not to work is the blowermotor resistor, this means no air blows inside the truck, then check the fuses and resistor, this resistor is located near the blower motor, this is located under the hood at firewall on the pass/side.

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