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Climate control blowing at max speed with no control

Climate will not come up to temperature and I have no control. I am unable to shut it off or control the temperature. I disconnected the battery for 10 minutes and reolaced the thermastat and the problem still exists.

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You need to replace the blower motor regulator.

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