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My 2000 Grand Am - fan only works on high

My 2000 Grand Am - fan used to only work on 3,4,5 setting. Just recently it began only blowing on high. It effects both the heater and a/c. Any ideas?

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Its a common problem on all 2000 or so year model pontiacs, bad switch. hope i help u

Posted on May 17, 2009

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