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ck your heater fan fuse first , that might have 2 places with fuses for that , if they are not blown look for maybe a relay for it also , next see if you are getting power to your heater fan if you are then you fan will need replaced but I really never seen a fan go unless there was something stopping it from turning keep e posted
If you are talking about the blower motor fan,inside the car,look for a blown fuse,or a bad fan relay.The blower motor relay could be mounted near the blower motor,or in the relay box,look for the lables to guide you to it.If the relay,and the fan are fine,then replace the blower motor.
First, check the fuses for the fan, AC and climate control. Could be just that simple. Otherwise, try swapping out relays with the same type by removing one from another device in your power box under the hood. Be sure you use the exact same numbered relay!
connection on temp coolant sensor must be bad the wax the keeps pins in place will melt causing poor connection ac to stop working and fans .. check connection on fans two yellow wires .. also wax melts causing poor connection
Is there a separate control module for the fan or is it inbuilt in the fan assembly itself? Check the power to the fan, if there is power there then consider trying a new fan if not check fuse before trying to locate fan control module.