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Fan switch only works on high

When you turn on the fan switch for the heater of AC it only works on high. I replace it with a new one and nothing changed. Please help me!!!!!!!!

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Hi! Look on the heater housing, you will find a terminal with a plug. Remove the plug, then the 2 screws, pull the unit out and replace it! Everything will work perfect! Frankster016

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

  • Greg Bryson Aug 01, 2011

    Can you provide some type of pic or diagram as to location and what it looks like .... my 1999 Ford Contour a/c blower as of today only works on HIGH also. Thanks!

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