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2004 Mustang GT With no air

Ok guys i have a bit of a problem, I have a 04 mustang gt, thats been in the garage for a while, but started every week. so just recently i went to the store and when i left i noticed i had no air at all. i tried every combo and setting, and nothing. when i turn the knob that shows defrost, head, feet, etc... i hear a little puff of air and thats it. Whats going on?

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Does the blower motor come on at any speed at all?


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i havnt checked that. i was talkin to my dad, and he thinks it is just a fuse. but i think it might be more serious.
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