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96 Blazer A/C WILL NOT BLOW ANY AIR HOT OR COLD

MY 96 CHEVY BLAZER WILL NOT BLOW HOT OR COLD AIR . IT WAS BLOWING COLD BUT JUST QUIT ONE DAY . THE COMPRESSOR CYCLES FOR A FEW SECONDS THEN STOPS . ITS EEMS TO BE CYCLING REGULAR BUT I JUST DON'T GET ANY AIR . THE BLOWER MOTOR WAS O. K. NEED SOME HELP MAYBE THE BLOWER RELAY IS OUT BUT WHERE IS THAT LOCATED AT . THERE A ROW OF THREE RELAYS INTHE INSIDE OF THE HOOD ON THE PASSENGERS ISDE AND I FOUND 4 INTHE GLOVE COMPARTMENRT SIDE . ONE LARGER SQUARE ONE AND THREE SMALLER ONES IN A ROW . THANKS .

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BEFORE YOU DO ANY HARD WORK TURN ON YOUR A/C AND BLOWER AND TAP THE BACK OF THE BLOWER MOTOR WITH A SMALL HAMMER IN A COMPLETE CIRCLE. SOUNDS LIKE YOU JUST HAVE SOME STICKING BRUSHES IN THE BLOWER MOTOR.
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