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Heater switch to operate the fan inside the car

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?

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  • gopena Dec 28, 2008

    I have this same problem on My 2001 Sebring Sedan LXI. Fan does not blow on one two and three but on four and five (or three and four, the last two whatever they are.)

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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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