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Replace the blower motor Resistor that is connected near or on the blower motor itself. the blower motor is under the dash. It may be a little hard to get to. but the Resistor is the one that controls the speed of the blower motor. It has a plug and is between the wiring and the blower motor. It is not difficult to remove if only you had space enough. There are a couple of screws that attach it . This is a very common problem. If this helps I would appreciate your vote.

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