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The heater/air blower in my nissan primastar only works on the strongest blowing setting.The other 3 settings have now all stopped working.I have replaced the control panel,but still the problem exists.The motor is obviously ok,as it works on the highest setting.Any ideas?

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Its your blower motor resistor thats bad.Its about $20.00 bucks at autozone.Location is usally at floor on heater box.

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