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    I have a problem ... my low and medium air blowing speeds dont work and i think its a resistance but i dont know where to search on this type of car could u help me


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It's your blower motor resistor that's shot. I just replaced mine. It cost $40 canadian and I replaced it in 10 minutes. It's located under the glove compartment. Just remove the blower cover (2 push pins) and there it is under the blower.

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What do you mean have you lost one of your speed setting low,med.hi.extra hi, all of the speeds work?

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