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The heater/air conditioning fan has stopped working altogether. My wife says that the slower fan settings didn't work before and that she had to set them on high. Please tell me where the fan motor is located and do I have to take the entire dash board off to change the switch

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This sounds as if you heater fan rheostat has packed up, it's a separate unit that is normally located by the heater motor fan

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