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Air conditioning works on high level

I had heating problems in winter, I replaced blower motor resistor and heat worked fine all winter long. Now is summer and the air conditioning works when starting the car and for a few miles then stops, if turned up all the way to highest speed continues to work but I'm afraid eventually will stop completely. If I turn off the air and later restart the process repeats. Do you have any suggestions?
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Replace power module. Its under the hood. In the air duct up against the firewalll. About 12" to the left of the blower motor. Has 2 connectors on top. Its black. May be hard to notice. Probably have to remove cross brace to get at.it. Then remove 3 screws and pull it out. Put in new one. Reattach brace

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