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heater problems 76-914

Little help please? heater blower will not come on.hooked it right to battery it works. Is there a fuse or relay I am missing? I was thinking that the heater nob just opened the heater boxes or is that the switch also that turns the blower on? Thanks for your help
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The lever in the middle of the tunnel that should turn on the blower actually grounds the circuit so when the car is running there should be 12 volts at the end of the wire at the lever and the lever should have a good clean ground.
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The lever switch activates the heater blower relay at the rear relay board, there is also a fuse at the rear relay board for the fan for you to check.

/Lars S
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you probably need to change the thermostat in it,,there supposed to be changed once a year whether they need it or not .
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Hey. Thanks for your help,Starting to get a little cold in the rockies
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