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Heater / Air only work when blower is on set on high

I have a 2001 Dodge Intrepid . The heater and A/C work great , but only when the blower is turned to the high position . Nothing will blow out on a lower setting.

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You need to replace the blower speed control module, it is behind the glove box near the b;lower motor.

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