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AC\Heater fan only blows slow speed. What is the problem?

Worked fine before now only blows out air very slowly.

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Heater speed switch in passenger side in foot area above toes in heater box one wire plug on it 2- 5-6 mm screws hold it in that is your fan speed switch they are a common issue it is the season for those now usually you loose 1 speed at a time until nothing don't be caught with out that not working at all you windows will fog bad!!!!and no heat period.

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