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Hello I have a 2002 discovery 2 and the AC blower does not work. I have the rear AC as well and it doesn't work either. The front AC did work when I first bought it with a 100k but failed shortly after. I've read and searched but haven't been able to figure it out. Looking for a fix so the wife and 3 kids can have AC.
I checked the blower with an external 12v source it works and draws 9amps
I checked fuses 6 and 7 under the dash and they are both dead. Where do I go from here.
 

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I have the same problem and i did a work around because i could not find the source of the problem. What i did was simply tap into the positive wire on the bottom of the blower motor and then tapped it into the positive in the cigaret socket. Now my blower motor works when i turn on my a/c or heater and turns off when they are off. My problem seems to be that the motor was not getting positive current. Im not sure if this will also work for your rear ac but its worth a shot.
 

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Thanks for reply's yeah front and rear don't work. Really I just wanna get front going. It's been really hot in California this month. Yeah I got no power on circuits fuse #6 and #7 in the interior fusebox. At one time there was 12v on one of the circuits and if i jumped it from another circuit it started and worked for awhile. Know there is no power on either. Does anyone no what circuits those 6,7 are fed from under the hood.
 

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Ok it looks like the fuse box may be burnt out. I pulled fuse box out and checked incoming brown and pink wire it had 12v the fusebox itself must be burnt wich I guess I can see as it has a circuit board style inside. Problem is the car won't start now. I'm guessing unplugging the connectors and plugging back in may have triggered a theft detergent system. Any help on this.
 
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