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Old 24 Jan 2010, 03:31 am
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Default HELP!!!! IM FWEEZING~!?

okay so my car was idling outside a store and i was in it while my dad ran in , and all of a sudden the toasty heat of the car just crapped out and completely stopped blowing air, please help! how can i fix this? :O
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Old 24 Jan 2010, 03:46 am
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just deal with it.......spoiled bratt. Is it fixed
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Old 24 Jan 2010, 04:01 am
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you likely just blew a fuse. Open the hood, pop the top on the fuse box, find the heater fuse(s) and look at em. If the wire inside is cracked, disconnected, melted, whatever... replace.































Its always possible, you have a loose wire in the circuit too... though that would be a stretch to say, considering this is not an intermittent problem.















































Good luck,































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