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A/c and heating fan problem

The fan only works high all other speeds don't work for both front and back

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Easy there is a set of of resistors that make speed selector work when they burn out they fuse together and lock in the full speed ( high) position this is for safety. you got to have defrost to see right.
anyway they are located near the fan usually under the passenger side dash jsut replace the resistors. you'l be fine

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