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Old 06-23-2013, 09:01 PM
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Originally Posted by TurboTony84 View Post
the fan does not blow out. i turn the dial for the fan speed, and i get nothing. not even a little bit, nor a change in hot or cold. almost as if the system hasn't turned on at all. i didnt even think about checking the fan. might as well look at the blower motor and check it out. BTW the blower motor during this last winter, was making some noise on full blast. i think that will be the next step to try and get this fixed. thanks you for the help RogerRamJet.
You're very welcome, Turbo! That's what this site is all about.

The best way to check if the temp is changing is to play with it while you're driving. Don't have it on MaxA/C as that closes the vent door and recirculates the air. By driving you force air in through the vent and it should change in relation to the temp setting.
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