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I was driving home earlier this week on the interstate and my AC started emitting a chemical type smell and then the A/C system shut down. The entire system is no longer blowing any air, AC, or heat. Has anyone had a similar experience?
 

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Probably the blower motor and resistor have failed. There should be many posts on here regarding fixing it (fairly easy replacement).
 

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I was driving home earlier this week on the interstate and my AC started emitting a chemical type smell and then the A/C system shut down. The entire system is no longer blowing any air, AC, or heat. Has anyone had a similar experience?

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A blower motor may have a resistor problem. You should check the associated fuse/relay and then the diagnose the motor itself through physical inspection. Also, you can check the A/C system charge to ensure the system stays full. Hope you can figure out the issue and solve it.

 
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