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This is commonly the Blower motor resistor...You will need a test light to check it but it is probably the problem..It is located on passenger side up under dash...You may have to remove glove box to see it...Held by 2 screws normally with 4 or 5 wires in the connector that plugs into the resistor...the resistor plugs into the (black) HVAC system at blower motor area.Check wires for power as you switch from low to high,,,If you have power to at least 3 wires it is bad...If only one has power it should be the switch.........hope this helps........Metalpoet

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