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Heater not working on Nissan Terrano 2 (N reg)

The heater motor is not working, i have chesked the fuse but thats fine. The lights on the air conditioning switch is lit so i'm assuming there is power to the switch, just no sound of the motor working.

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Test the blower motor speed control module and if it is ok test the motor by jumping 12 volts to it.

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