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HEATER FAN NOT COMING ON , NO POWER TO IT FROM THE DASH. RELAY AND FUSE ARE GOOD, ANY IDEA HOW TO FIX IT?

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If there is no positve voltage line to the fan switch and if your fuse is testing good , then it is possible that there is a break in the wiring harness.
You must confirm once again if the heater control switch is having the input , if so the switch is faulty and needs a replacement.
If not you can loop a new line tto the heater swittch input.

Posted on Sep 11, 2010

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