Q: No air coming out of vents

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No air is coming out of the vents of my vehicle at all. The fan will not turn on.

A: The major components of the blower fan syst...

The major components of the blower fan system include the switch on the dash, the blower motor resistor, the fan itself, and wiring in between. Any of the above items could be the cause. A diagnostic procedure will determine your issue. A qualified technician, such as one from YourMechanic can assist you in diagnosis and repair.

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