Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
The heater switch inside the only works on #4, or high. The numbers 1,2,and 3 do not turn the motor on. Could this be the motor, or a relay switch inside the car?
It's usually caused by a faulty fan speed control resistor. If you can follow the wires from your switch, they usually connect to this resistor and in turn the resistor is connected to the fan. I found my fan control resistor on my GM car inside the fan cavity. I removed the fan and located it inside the housing. This resistor gets very hot so it is placed close to the fan to cool it. Good luck.
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