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Fan/AC Hi just was wondering what is involved in troubleshooting for the AC/Fan and if I'd have to take the whole dash out/off. The fan works minimally(most of the time all the settings seem to be stuck on "low", but it will blow on high at random), the AC is "cool" but doesn't get cold...the heater however works fine but of course without the fan, the air just "seeps" out....I think maybe the vacuum system is clogged or broken.....,but that wouldn't explain why the fan works sometimes..... Thanks so much.

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First check if the blower motor is going out. might be in the wiring as well as the control head.

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