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2001 Saturn L200 blower motor does not work in highest switch position. Move switch down to next lowest position and it works normally. This is in AC mode.

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Blower motor resistor. Located next to/ near the blower motor itself. These are common failures for no high speed blower operation.

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  • jwclear Nov 11, 2010

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