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  • avatar docj 05/29/08 3:11 pm PST

    If the fuse is ok,its probably a faulty blower motor itself.
    It should be accessible under the passenger side of the dash...
    You can try giving the blower motor a tap with your fist or a rubber mallet and it may make a noise or even start up..if so...replace it...



    Doc J

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  • tony78 05/29/08 12:54 pm PST

    look for a fuse in the fuse box that says,,heater/ac. if that does not make it work, the truth is you would need special service tools to diagnose the control systems for the system and that is better left to a pro.

  • docj 05/29/08 3:11 pm PST

    If the fuse is ok,its probably a faulty blower motor itself.
    It should be accessible under the passenger side of the dash...
    You can try giving the blower motor a tap with your fist or a rubber mallet and it may make a noise or even start up..if so...replace it...



    Doc J

  • bshreves 05/30/08 5:55 am PST

    Thanks for your help. I will try it.

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