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Blower fan for the AC on 1994 Van C20 stopped working, where is the fuse or what can I check

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The fuses are under the dash on the drivers side.if the fuses are good then the next thing to check is the blower motor resistor under the hood by the blower motor.there should be about 4 wires that are in the plug maybe 5.the resistor is about 3" by 1.5" in size and is held in the air box by 2 bolts.with the fan turned on check the large wire at the blower resistor,it should have battery voltage.if it does then take out the resistor assembly,you will see 3-4 resistors that look like wound up wires of different sizes and lengths.there is the possibilty that it could be the fan control switch on the control head on the dash.

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