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The heater fan only works on positions 3 and 4

Positions 1 and 2 on the heater fan have stopped working

thoughts anyone ?

thanks

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  • JayP1 Jan 14, 2009

    My heater fan now only works in positions 3 and 4 as of this week. I am interested in a solution as well please.

  • snslager Jan 22, 2009

    My heater fan only works on 4.

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You will need to replace the Blower resistor. It is a 4 a wire resistor on the blow motor unit. It is held on by 2 screws.

If you remove the glove box you should have acess to the resistor

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It is the resister, i have had the same problem

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I dont know what the car uses , but it could be the resister if equipped , or relay. more than likely a relay on that year

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

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