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Lights out 1st Radio Light, Blower fan 1-2-3-only works on 4

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At first the was NOT helpful at all, the blower motor is under the PASSENGER SIDE dash, not the drivers side. after this was figured out the information about it being behind the blower motor came in handy. thx.

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

If the blower only works on high, and not 1,2,3. The problem is the blower motor resister. Costs around $50 @ a dealership. Under the driverside dash, remove the blower moter (3 screws and connector). Remove the blower motor resister (3 screws and connector). 2 of these screws will be difficult to get at, best of luck.

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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The radio light is a separate issue and not related, the radio needs to be pulled out and a tiny bulb inside the radio replaced that lites up the display, the other issue is caused by a burnt out blower speed controller circuit or module.

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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