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AC fan will not turn off
The vehicle is a 2000 Chevy Blazer.
My AC fan will not stop blowing even when the engine is completely off, no key in the ignition and all the switches are turned off. The air that is blowing is warm and it is coming from the front feet sections only. I discovered this after going back out the to car and discovering my battery was dying. I had to get a jump to get it to run again.
Right now, we are disconnecting the battery after each time we use it so it will not drain it again.
We went through all the fuses in the fuse box located under the hood, but removing those made no impact so unless there are some other fuses anyone knows of hidden under the hood, I am guessing it can not be a fuse. A friend said he knew someone that had the same problem with his vehicle (not the same type) and it was something called the A/C clutch relay switch. I looked in the manual, but could not figure out where that would be located cause the diagram in the book did not look the same as the same vehicle we have. I am guessing it might have been one of the fuses we tried pulling earlier that did not do anything. If it is not one of these and some one knows where we can find it, please let me know and I will try that too.
I am hoping it is not a loose wire because I am not sure how I could test these or even where most of them are located. However, it is starting to seem like that might be the only thing it could be.