Chevy impala air and a.c. not blowing

Asked by Aug 06, 2019 at 02:47 PM about the 2014 Chevrolet Impala Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

About a month ago started to smell my car through
the a.c..  it was almost new car smell but slightly
different. Every now and then the AC would stop
but the air would keep lying now the AC is stopped
and there's no air blowing I think that means it has
to do with some kind of fan but maybe it's a fuse I
don't know how do I check the fuse will it be
popped will be corroded and if it's not the fuse and
it's a fan what is the name of the fan that means
replaced.? The car temp isn't heating up I can drive
2 hrs and the car stays half way between cold and
overheated  like it's supposed to.

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