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In-dash fan does not work

The in-dash fan just stopped working - no AC/heat, anything. I replaced the fan blower and still nothing. I checked all the fuses, with the exception of the relay switches, and still nothing. What else could be causing this problem?

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  • Anonymous Sep 28, 2008

    no power? to ventilation control, the vents, ac, heater nothing works.
    checked all the fuses and relays, wiring, etc. have not checked the actual switch panel because i don't know how to test it.

  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2008

    Same problem Here. Fan just quit blowing today. Perfect it is -32C outside grrrrr. Not a fuse problem

  • goriet1 Jan 15, 2009

    Fan worked last night. Had heat, defrost and AC now I can no air moving anywhere! It is cold here now Minus 18 Celsius. Van is inoperable without defrost Help!!!



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The blower motor resistor located in the heater A/C panel usualy under the glove box

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