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I turn on the AC on 1 or 2 the blower doesn't work. Work only on 3,4 and 5. I replace the blower motor but still doing the same. I switch the fuses and power relay and nothing works.

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My understanding there is some type of card up above the blower motor. I can not think of what it is called but this controlls the speed of the motor when switching the fan speeds.

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