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2001 jetta ac blowing hot air

I know the fan for the ac is not coming on. i looked for a fuse but cannot find one. how do i know if it's the motor or something else? is this hard to replace on my own??

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Nothing is hard if you have patience and some tools or maybe even a friend to help.

Does the air go cool when moving down the road?
Does the vent air blow?

The fans for these are the same.

It is located under the hood, passenger side, right up against the firewall. They usually come out from the front.

Locate the fan motor - disconnect the wires - jumper to the battery with some clip leads, see if the fan runs. If it does, then not the fan and probably a fuse which is on the drivers side underneath the hood. It could also be the switching mechanism at that point, that's why try the heat and vent to see if anything changes.

If not replace the motor.

Let me know if there are any more fact to relay.


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