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1995 GMC Sierra Ext Cab

My blower motor will only work on the lower blower speeds, it will not work on high. I replaced the blower motor and replaced the blower motor control panel on the dash. What else could be the problem. I plow snow and really need the extra blower speed to keep the window thawed off in the winter. Thanks for any and all ideas.

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You need to replace the blower motor resistor

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