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Q: Air conditioner fan doesn't work.

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My air conditioner fan no longer blows.

A: Hi. I think you are referring to the blower...

Hi. I think you are referring to the blower motor. Looking at the wiring diagram for your vehicle, I see the problem could be with the motor itself, the processor, or the circuit. There is a 40 amp fuse you could check under the hood, but keep in mind, fuses blow because there is a problem in the circuit. I suggest you have a mechanic well versed in electrical repair, such as one from YourMechanic, inspect your vehicle’s electrical problems and repair any damaged parts.

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