Q: Heat and air issue

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Car is not blowing out heat or air whatsoever I have replaced blower motor and resistor I have checked my fuses and still nothing.. I was curious before I order the part if it's the power box that sets power to the blower motor because when I turn the heat or air on full blast the car sounds as if it's on nothing coming out! Doesn't seem like a thermostat issue could it be a belt instead? But please contact me back asap !! Thank you for your time

My car has 174000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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