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2003 Camry A/C and Heater fan only works on High

When the blower is set to any setting other than High, I get nothing. What is wrong?

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The heater fan resistor has failed. This is the device that controls the voltage to the fan motor, on the 3 lower speds, The resistor is bypassed when HIGH is selected. It is located under the dash, passenger side, on the box between the heater fan blower housing and the main heater box at the center. Held in by 2 phillips screws. Easy to change.Hope this helps, and Thanks for choosing FixYa. Please feel free to comment back if you have any other questions.

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