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Venture blower switch

The switch only works on the 4 and 5 setting.

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The resistor that controls the blower motor speed ,Probaly is what is at fault, End needs to be replaced, Or the switch it self, Phone a GM dealer to find out where the resistor is located in the vehilce,Evan the parts department will be able to help you out,

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