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Heater/ac fan motor will run at high speed.1 could it be the switch or is there a controler on the motor 2 the motor is acessable how

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Combined reostat and fan motor in one unit ,expensive to replace last one i done i had to order the parts as a stock item to reduce the price and it was about 200 euros as i remember

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Could be the switch, but more them likely it's going to be the blower motor resister. The resister set very close to the blower motor on the housing, it will have four spring on the back side of the resister, make sure none of the spring are broken, if any broken springs resister no good.

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