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Blower not working on setting 1 or 2

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I have a 1999 GMC Sonoma 4.3 V6.. The heater fan is not working on setting 1 or 2, but works fin on 3 and 4.. How do I get all settings back?

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    Mine only works on 2and 3. Havent tested it yet but think its likely the resistor.

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It sounds like the fan speed switch ...but im no expert

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