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Interior fan only working on high #4

The heater fan is only working on high or #4, setting 1,2,and three has no air movement at all

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    Is there a separate relay or fuse for positions 1,2,3 on the fan switch?

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It is the resistor to the fan. It is under $20 @ the local dealer.

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It only takes a sprk to blow the heat and ac switch out such as installing a stero ormayby rounding the plastic off behind the switch

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