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A/C blower motor stays on low setting.

My auto A/C blower motor only runs on the slow setting, even when the console display shows any other fan setting.

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The resistors controlling the fan speed are probably blown for the other speed, Verify if it is.

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You need to replace the heat control reostat or relay. On Toyotas' it is behind the dash nest to the blower motor. This unit is held in place with two small screws and has wires and a plug on it. Pull it out it may look like it may have coils that go between

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http:/www.gtrippleb.com/auto/durango/tech/durango_blower_resistor.htm

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