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First, please review this article: Where's The Fuse?

Now, for your blower fuse...
Actually, there are 2 blower fuses in your car.
Fuse #24 (15 Amp) and Fuse #14 (20 Amp) Both are located in the fuse block on the end of the dash on the passenger side.
Fuse # 24 provides power for the LOW, MEDIUM 1, and MEDIUM 2 speeds. Fuse #14 provides power for only the HIGH speed.
If your blower motor does not operate on any speed, the problem is most likely a bad blower motor or a burned-up control switch. If it only operates on HIGH, the most likely cause would be a bad blower resistor.

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