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Air conditon and heater control will not move

The air and heater control button wont move to lower or higher,i thought maybe it might be a fuse but as a woman i used to work on cars,but i got a 2002 madza 626 recently and didnt have the manual in it, but as to helpful questions it would be great if you can tell me why you think that the reason the control to the air or heater wont work, it is a fuse i am almost positive but then i dont know where to look for it to remove and replace.

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The fuse box is located at the left suspension c ase at the fron the control is not working -- it could be the wiring please check with the fuse and then wiring you have a fuse case next to the left suspension at the front

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