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Rear heat and a/c blower

99astro rear heat and a/c blowers will not work Ido not think this is afuse problem.are there inline fuse blocks that could be breaking down?also the daytime running lights do not work either both of these items have worked since they initally stopped working.but both have know stopped again.

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I sounds strange that both blowers do not work. The A/C blower is in the back of the van, the heater is behind the driver at floor lever. Maybe a power line has came off behind the two switches in the center console. Check the fuses again just to be sure (under the hood on driver side). The daytime running lights will shut off if you depress the parking brake - check if it is fully released. That switch on the parking brake lever would be the first thing I check.

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