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Low speeds not working on fan for heater

2002 Malibu, the low speeds are not working when I turn on the fan for the heater. It works on high.

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  • jrnelson863 Dec 28, 2008

    Where is the resistor located?

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    marc8163 Mar 21, 2012

    The resister is usually located in the front face of the heater plenum held in by two two three small bolts or trx headscrews

  • marc8163
    marc8163 Mar 21, 2012

    On the caravan it should have a black that is shaped like a flat tipped triangle clean out glove box push in sides and lower it u should see resister to the mid right

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THE RESISTOR OR FAN ITSELF

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

  • Frank Magliocca Dec 29, 2008

    THE RESISTOR IS USUALLY RIGHT BEHIND THE FAN SWITCH,CHECK THE WIRING AT THE FAN CONNECTOR FIRST TO SEE IF A RESISTOR IS LOCATED IN THE HARNESS THERE.I DONT EXACTLY RECALL WITHOUT SEEING IT.

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