Heater Cores and Blower Fans
Jeep Cherokee Sport

Why would the AC Blower and fan all quit working at the same time on your 1993 Cherokee Sport you assume that it is Fuse related but do not know which fuses to change?

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2006-07-12 20:08:16
2006-07-12 20:08:16

sounds like a blower motor resistor, mounted under passenger side of the dash on the fresh air intake box. has small hex bolts holding it on. you probably need a new blower motor and the old one with worn bearings is drangging and blowing out the resistor. its very very common. i replaced mine twice when i should have replaced the motor first! they are expensive!

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