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I have two problems 1)the rear a\c does not blow out any air at all blower motor is good and all switches are good too! 2)the front a\c only blows cold air when on the setting is on 1 or 2 when on 3 or 4 it blows hot air! what could be my solutions?

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My blower motor wont blow


bad fuse,
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as we all know that includes all wires and connections, fore ever.
so you can check the blower , 12vdc on high.
if 12v there, and motor is silent the motor is bad or lost its ground.
to check that 100% apply 12vdc to the motor, bingo it works?
so no 12v to motor, must be bad switch, huh? after all the fuses is already checked(with ohm meter not eyes !)
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