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Blower is not working how i know if the square fuse is ok

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Two fuses one each side in foot well ,doubt if its the fuse though normally its the loop through in the computer thats behind the radio.So what i do is quite simple but it works and thats to pick up the live side of the fuse for the blower motor then push a wire into it and hold it in with the fuse ,then run the other end direct to the feed for the blower .Saves you about 600euros ,the feed only loops through the computer and inside is a bridge circuit that burns out ,i know i split mine ,

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