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The fan for air conditioner does not come on no heater or air ?.

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Fan should be on its own fuse. Check owners manual for its location and swap it out for a known good fuse. Retest.

If fuse is good then either the fan switch or the fan itself has failed.
Both require special tools and information to replace. Your vehicle is pretty new so I think you should make friends with a local mechanic now! These cars were made on the cheap so this is probably only the beginning of many pesky little issues.

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