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2005 G6 For the question that stated that the heater fan doesn't work on 1 and 2, why did you say to replace the dash switch? why would that stop the first 2 from working and the other ones work fine? Could it be something called a resistor? I'm too scared to send it to a dealership due to cost. Thanks

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  • Happy Vaughan Dec 07, 2008

    I replaced the resister which was only $40, and works great!!



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Heater fan work son auto in all positions but will not work when turned on nomally.

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    Looking for help on the heater switch not answering a question

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If the heater fan on your car only works on "High" the problem is more than likely the resister assembly in your blower circuit or poor connections at the resister assembly. When the switch is in the "high" position the current does not flow through the resister assembly it flows directly to the coil of the blower relay. When the switch is in "low", "medium 1", or "medium 2" position the current flows through 1, 2, or all 3 of the resistors in the resistor assembly which results in the 3 different lower speeds. Check the resister assembly and replace if needed. 

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