Question about 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier
Go to the dealer and get a resistor block for the blower motor.This is what regulates the speeds;when they start to burn out you will find yourself with only the high setting.This is because high is a direct 12 volt feed. While at the dealer have them show you the exact location,it will be under the dash on the passenger side.Its a simple job to do ,usually two screws hold it in,but watch your back its a tight fit under there! Good luck
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