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Heater and air conditioner blower switch.

I have a 06 Chevy HHR and the heater and air conditioner blower switch only works on high. How can I remove the cover plate to remove switch?

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Check the resistor first. It may be bad. Should be under pass. side of the dash close to blower motor mounted in bottom of evap case. Remove it and try known good one first before going at the switch. If it works on high then the switch may be okay. Good luck.

Posted on Jun 06, 2010

  • kBalsley Sep 20, 2011

    my Moms car has the same problem with her blower on her HHR

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