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Fan doesnt work in low speeds

Fan doesnt work in low speeds 2005 jeep liberty

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The resistor is blown , just behind the glove box is a spot where one bolt is showing , looks like a open square cut out the screw holds it inside the cut out , remove the bolt swap out the resistor , but make sure you slide the resistor back inside the open slot , that slot helps keep the resistor from over heating , easy fix may be 10 minutes tops , ebay has the resistor , buy 2 i am on my second one in 5 years

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I assume that you are talking about the heater/AC blower. There is a resistor pack just behind the glove box that needs to replaced. Good luck!

Posted on Jul 03, 2010

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