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The fan to the cabin heater and air conditioner in my 1987 cutless suplreme does not turn on, fuse is ok

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No high speed ? fan motor relay, no slower speeds resister pack.or faulty fan switch.
Check motor with jumper lead from battery,but unplug power lead to motor first. check grounding wire to motor. if motor dont run replace!

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