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Okay, my car is 1987 Camaro V6 2.8 Litre.

Now, my car's climate controls aren't working properly. The fan does not work. I can feel the heat going through as well as the AC Air, but there is no fan pushing the air through. So the air only goes through at a veerrryy slow pace only when the car is moving, since the fan is not working. Where is the fan, and how do I get to it? What problem might be causing this?

PS I tried to take off the dashboard. I couldn't see the fan. I tried to take off the whole front panel, but didn't succeed because lack of an owners manual. There are too many bolts! Where is that damned fan! Help!
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Check the Heat/A/C fuse?

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Yes my fuses are the first thing I checked. THey're all good, unless there is another fuse area that I don't know about.
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Where is the fan, and how do I get to it? What problem might be causing this? Help!
Fan would be located either behind the pass side of dash or out in engine compartment pass side of A/C box.

Old fans do tend to lock up from age. Might be able to poke finger or screwdriver to squrriel cage and un-stick it. If power has been on for a length of time, say 3-5 minutes, and you do find the blower motor, feel the casing.

If its hot to the touch, power is getting to it and motor is stuck. If cold, then either the switch may be bad, resistor block open(fan would only work in HI speed), or ground wire corroded.

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Yea i can't see it from the dash, but I do see this wierd device on the passenger side. No fan though. So the blower fan could be on the passenger side from opening the hood?

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Okay I'll check it out thanks.

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