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Old 11-17-2002, 11:14 AM
Ron Brooks Ron Brooks is offline
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I'm not a tech but from what I know here's what I can offer:

The heat will not come on until the engine water has reached a certain temp. So, it may not work until you've driven some.

If you turn on the heat and have proper temp as you drive, unless you have the air recirculation on, hot air will still come out of the vents even if the blower is not on.

Check all fuses. If you haven't replaced them, even if they look good, put new ones in checking their contacts in the fuse box to be sure they're clean.

It's very rare the blower motor itself goes without a lot of warning first (like squealing) so I'd check otherthings first.

Sorry I can't help you beyond that but it's a start.
Ron Brooks
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