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My heating fan only works on the high setting Why?

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You probably have a burned resister. Check with your auto parts store, they should be able to get you one.
Now to replace you will 1)Remove glove box, and the side panel, which is a black knob.
2)Remove hex bolt nad the 4 screws around the box.
It is way under the rest of the dash.
Please let me know how it turns out.

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