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You can just use a live wire to tap into the fuse without removing it.
If applying battery voltage to the 20 A fuse did not help, then there must be something wrong with the wire between the fuse and the blower motor or blower motor, resistor and/or switch.
At blower motor there is a 2 pin connector, if power is applied to the 20 A fuse, check if voltage is present at one of the wires.
If voltage is abvailable and you are not able to operate the blower motor, then it is a fault with the blower motor or resistor or the control switch.
Monday, January 25th, 2010 AT 7:54 AM