Question about 1998 Oldsmobile Intrigue
When this problem occurs the blower motor resistor has gone open circuit.
The reason it works on high is because on high setting it uses full battery voltage and bypasses the resistor.
The resistor or module(depends on whether you have manual or auto temp control) is mounted below the blower motor on the heater case.
You may need to remove the hush panel just above where the passengers feet would be to get to it.
These are relatively easy to replace.
You will need to tell your part supplier whether it is auto or manual temperature control as the resistors are different for each.
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Posted on Dec 30, 2010
Follow the wires from the fan switch down to the heator box you will see whear the plug in to the side remove the plug then two small screws and lift out the resistor that sounds like your proublem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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