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Inspect at the battery or near the battery for an after market in line power wire running to the ac unit and see if it has a fuse or fusible link in line that may be blown.I have seen some of these that are installed that have this after market power feed with an inline fuse that may be shorted out needing replaced.If this is or has already been checked and found to be o.k. let me know so we can continue.
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I may be able to help with the diagrams for you. Can you post the last 9 digits of the VIN? If I have a VIN number, I can gather the correct diagrams for your vehicle...
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Thanks for the VIN. I will now gather as much info as possible for your roof unit..
I'll be be back with you as soon as I have the info all gathered for you..
Thanks for your patience and understanding while I research this for you...
Let's start with the following document. It outlines the procedure to check the Rear Blower Motor Power Module (AKA Blower Motor Resistor). This is a likely cause for the blower to be inop. Keep in mind that a faulty blower motor can also CAUSE failure of the Power Module. I recommend to replace both if you find that the power module has failed. A blower motor with excessive current draw WILL cause the new power module to fail if not replaced also.
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Also, I need to verify that this is the same as your system so that I can gather additional info if necessary.
Keep me posted and let me know if you have any additional questions...
If the condenser fans are not running, I suspect a low charge with the rear a/c. These systems are totally "Standalone" meaning there IS a separate a/c compressor for the rear air. The front a/c compressor is mounted on the driver side of the engine below the oil filter assembly. The rear a/c compressor is mounted to the passenger side of the engine oil pan. I recommend to check the charge of the rear system before you go any further. Post back the results of the check and we can go from there....