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I have a 1998 Volvo V70 T5 , the interior blower has decided not to work, the switches just flash, I guess error?it did this a week ago and fixed its self, so it has done it again .Any thoughts how to fix this problem?

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1. Check the cabin sensor.
2. Check the actuator beneath the engine compartment at the front.
3. check the connection to the blower. Always give way after a few years.

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