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When turning my AC or Heat full power, it shuts down as if it's not even on. It works normally on all other intermediate levels (1-4) however when put on level 5, it shuts off. It doesn't matter if it's AC or heat. Any ideas?

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This sounds like the blower resistor is bad, the resistor is located near blower motor going into heaterbox, just remove the connector and then the 2 screws that hold it to box and then slide it out and install new one,

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