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Wire hassnest for a/c speed control

Wher is the wire hassnest for a/c speed control from slow to fast

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  • celfishing1 Sep 09, 2009

    I changed the fan control swich and it only run on high can not control a lower speed 2000 nissan quest

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This is vacuum controlled. It's vacuum lines go from the control switch to an actuator.
If your kinds has a harness for the control circuit on the back of the control switch, then you will need to pull out the control switch panel to access it.

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