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Climate contrl fan

The heater fan only works on the high setting.is there a low and high fan fuse.

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  • Richard Delahant May 11, 2010

    there is only one fuse for the fan that I know of. Have the resistor block checked, might be a bad resistor.

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I had the same problem twice. The dealer said it was a recall for a bad fan control switch. It's located under the glovebox near the center of the dash and held in by two screws. Last time i had to replace the part was about 34.00 and did it myself. The cover under the glovebox pops out and you can see the part. They had problems with them burning out and only work on high after that happens.

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

  • Ian Taylor Jun 24, 2013

    It's not the fan I mind, it's blasting heat at us.

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