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Fan Switch When I turn the fan switch for the heater/air conditioner on, it automaticly turns the fan on high. Essentially; I have an on/off fan instead of a varriable setting switch. Anything other than the off position the fan is on high. Thanks for any help

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    I have the same problem. How do you fix it?

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It is the resistor pack that runs the blower motor it is shorted to the hi position

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    So how do i fix it?

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