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My 96 jeep cherokee has cold air coming from all the right places . But it only blows on low even when i change the settings the air pressure is still low I can hear the clutch go off under the hood but that's it . What can be the problem ?

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I would check the fan resister its mounted near the fan on right side of car below glove box area. its screwed into the a/c case

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