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Air conditioner has stopped blowing. what do I check and where is it located on my 2006 Chevy silverado

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Try the 40 amp blower fuse under the hood or the 30 amp under the dash. The check the blower resistor motor under the dash on the passenger side. Check the connector plug to see if they are damaged.

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