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Air Conditioner and heater do not work unless on high all other settings do not work switched out blow motor resistor did not resolve the issue what can it be?

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It sound as if you have a bad temp limited switch give these websites a try to hopefully see what i am talking about or are you can stop in at your local auto part store and they can show you what i am talking about wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.

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