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The haeter a/c fan moter only works on high.

I bought a new relay , but i dont know where the relay is located.

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The relay is usually located near the fire-wall(the part of the car that separates the part the person sits in from the engine) in the car. From what I've seen, it's usually covered by a plastic box. What i would do is buy a car book/manual that has your make or model(sometimes it will be paired with other vehicles that are similar) and it should have a diagram of the car and that will tell you where everything should be and how to go about replacing it.

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