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2004 LANCER FAN SPEED ONLY ON 5. YES I KNOW THE RESISTOR IS THE PROBLEM. ONLY I JUST REPLACED THAT 2 WEEKS AGO AND IT WORKED AND NOW ITS DOING THE SAME THING. IF THE EVAPORATOR IS PLUGGED AND WATER IS COMING INTO THE MOTOR AREA, WOULD THIS CAUSE IT TO GO OUT AGAIN?

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Yes it very well can. i would also make sure the blower motor does not have a nest in it.

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