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Air Conditioner Blower

9/5 temperature 93 f airconditioner working. Blower stopped working at any speed above low, but did work on low the remainder of the day. Stopped and car rested over night. 9/6 air conditioner worked normally. Turned off ignition and returned later. Only low blower worked. Turned off ignition and blower continued to function and did not turn off.

My son-in-law and daughter are currently driving from Dallas to Champaign, Illinois with 4 yr old and 4 mo old children. They had planned to stop overnight but are concerned that the continuing fan might drain the battery overnight. I am trying to help get answers, but that might not work since it is Saturday.

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I am sorry no one took the time to respond to this. I hope by now your family is back home and doing fine. Your Volvo needs a new blower regulator. This is a common problem with the newer Volvos. 

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