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Thank you. Do you have a test light or digital multi meter to do a few tests?
Ok. I would hate to guess at the problem without proper testing. The problem could be the blower motor itself, the 40 amp fuse #105 in the engine bay fuse box or the blower speed controller.
Ok. Sorry about that. But there are a few things that operate the AC fan (blower motor) for the front AC. There is a fuse that protects the power circuit for the fan, a blower motor relay that turns the power on and off for the fan when the AC controls on the dash are pressed, and the blower motor speed controller that controls the ground circuit to the fan to change the speed of the fan based on what the driver sets on the AC control panel. Without proper testing, I can only guess at the cause.
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