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Frount ac blower motor not blowing need to find out where blower motor is oh did i say it is a town and country

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Blower motor is on the passenger side underneath the dash

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In some vehicles, just because you turn on the A/C..the fan does not come on...and some, when you set the A/C to on, you have to make the fan blow to make the A/C compressor work.. Sounds like,maybe, the blower motor resistor may be bad.. they are easy to change and not too expensive..You should be able to buy one at ( some will install it for you - if you are real sweet) :
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