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A/C blower control switch

The blower control for the a/c works like it is supposed to in the off position and in the 1st, 3rd and 4th position but does nothing at all in the 2nd position. It is like it is turned off. Is it the switch bad or is it something I can repair?

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There is a unit called the "blower motor resistor" which is located in the heater A/C casing usualy under the glove box passanger side, i think you use the second position often and the resistor is burned out if you can locate the resistor under the dash you can replace it it is held with just a couple of screws

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