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1997 MERCURY MYSTIQUE HEATER BLOWER WON'T WORK ON HIGH. nEED SOME ADVICE.

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This coud be one of two problems first one is the switch the second is you may need to replace the blower which is more likely as the tend to decline in performance over time due to moisture build up

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