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The fan for the air conditioning/heater stopped working - do I need to replace the fuse and where do I find the fuse for my 1998 ford escort se

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  • slwasterlain Oct 10, 2010

    do I pull all three fuses or is there only one fuse I could not find the fuse for the blower

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The AC/Heater fuse is located underneath the drivers side steering wheel (look left) under a plastic cover. Remove the fuse box cover lid and look on the backside of it and you will find a diagram. Locate the AC/Heater/Blower fuses and then pull them out and replace with the same number fuse.

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  • Anonymous Oct 10, 2010

    It should be two separate fuses. If your not sure or can't locate the correct fuse then start pulling each one out, one at a time and use a test light at the end of each fuse to check to see if they are burned out.

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