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Heat / A/C Fan

I recently purchased a 95 cherokee and the heat/ a/c fans runs very slowly. The fan contol on the dashboard moves freely but the fan speed does not change. Is this normal for a 95 and if not, what can fix the problem? Is a new fan control necessary?

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  • Cherokee Bob Jul 23, 2008

    Thanks for the advice. I'll give it a try and let you know the outcome.

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Just a guess but have you checked the Resistor for the Blower Motor. Located under the Glove Box on the inside of the firewall. One small screw holds a cover on, and behind the cover to the left of the round diaphragm is the Resistor held in by 2 screws. I believe they are small hex head sheet metal screws. It wasn’t easy getting it out past the diaphragm. It is a series of wound coils. Hope it works

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