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Fan of my ford escort 1995 1.9l don't blow when i turn the button. i check all the fuses and they are ok

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Check the connections to the motor above the passenger side feet area. Also check the connections to the blower resistor in the same area. These tend to get bad and the blower resistors tend to fail.

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