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Blower for heater- a/c

The heater blower/motor doesn't blow in a/c or heat mode. when a/c is on you can feel some cool air coming out of the vent, but not fan forced. this is my daughters car, she is in another state going to school, and she doesn't know a switch from a fuse from a relay. anyone with step by step things she can check. her husband, a marine on active duty, isn't home and they do not have much money.

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What year of mustang cause the fuse relays are under the hood in a black box and some years the other fuses are under there to it depends on the year

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