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My fan for internal heater only runs at hi speed.settings 123 don't work. Where in the passenger side is the fuse box for this?

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It is not the fuse,cause the fan will work,the blower resister is the problem,this controls the speeds ,except for high,it is located neart the blower motor on the blower box,it will have a multiwire connector going to it,just replace it,and you will solve this problem.

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