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1994 cadillac deville heater fan stop working replaced fan and its still not working.

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REPLACE THE FUSE TO THE FAN OR RELAY TO THE BLOWER

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SOURCE: 1994 cadillac deville. heater blows, but no heat.

Probably a bad engine thermostat.

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