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Blowing fan is running only in highest speed.

Why is not running in slower speed?

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  • Anonymous Jul 14, 2008

    The blowing fan does not work in nos 1 & 2 but only works in numbers 3 and 4

  • mail4ma Dec 28, 2008

    The fan on my car only works when the knob is turned on the max position.

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Defective blower resistor located in blower housing, passenger side. $27.00 available aftermarket.

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

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Must be a bad selector switch.

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

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