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Blower speeds i have a 2000 grand am se 2.4 twin cam and my 1 and 2 blower speeds do not work but the others do what is the problem and how do i fix it? please help

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Since some speeds are still working you probably need to replace your blower motor resistor. This is usually located on the engine compartment firewall or inside the ductwork near the blower motor. I'm not sure where on your vehicle.When you go to pick one up ask your parts man he may know the location.

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