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A/C DOES NOT WORK IN LOW SPEED

MY 1996 MAXIMA A/C ONLY WORK IN MAXIMUN SPPED

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This is a blown resistor switch. this switch is housed in the ac cluster block in the dash and you will need to replace this switch.Its the same switch that you use to select the blower speed. its malfunctioning(blown)..

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