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2004 Chevy Classic fan problem

Only the 3,4,&5 on my fan switch work. #1 & 2 do not. Strange only the top ones work. Does anyone know of a solution to this problem?

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There will likely be what is called a blower motor resistor or module that is mounted in the side of the blower housing. sometimes you access them from the engine compartment but I think yours is up under the dash on the passenger side. It is about 1 inch wide and 2 inches long, probably held into the housing with two screws. It will have a heavy wired connector going to it. Disconnect it, remove it and replace it with the updated unit.

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This a very inexpensive relay switch that needs to be replaced on the fan.

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