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The fan switch for the ac & htg was only working on high. Now it is not working at all. Is it going to be the switch or fan motor>?

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Blower Motor Resistor...mounts next to the blower motor under the dash..that and the switch are pretty much the only 2 things that'll make it run on high speed only..resistor is WAY more common..change that 1st..takes all of 5 minutes

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I would say the switch

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