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High/low sensor switch location for 1999 Buick Century

I can only use the high level for my heat and air conditioning. Can you please tell me where the high/low sensor switch is located? I'm told it is some place by the fan under the hood.

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  • eckistjustin Mar 31, 2009

    Mine is a 2000 BC. The AC operates on the high setting only. The low and medium doesn't work at all

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Ros.....The heater motor is located under the dash on the right hand side (passanger side). You will have to remove the close out panel to access. The resistor you are looking for will be to the lower left of the fan motor at about the 7:00 position. Illustration is below.
let me know.
regards,
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Posted on Feb 10, 2009

  • David Maynard Aug 01, 2011

    please i have the same problem can you send me the Illustration
    dlmayn@sbcglobal.net

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