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How do I access/replace the heater/ac blower motor fan speed control switch? Rear air is not blowing cold-Front is. Freon low?

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I have the same issue and my problem is not the blower, it works but the plug into is the problem and that small part is not sold seperately. I wedged it for a time but now that is not working. Anyone else having the issue or replaced that part?

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