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Blower works. However, only at one speed: LOW. no matter if set at low, medium, or high.

My a/c heater blower motor, whether switched to low, medium, or high, run at low speeds. I changed out my temperature control knobs and blower motor. I need help! Summers in California is hot and i need my A/C.

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    blower motor for heater/ac works only on high speed

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After two summers of sweating under the sun, it's fixed!!! There were two wires which looked like ground wires right above the glove box. One of the two wires was almost totally severed due to an overstuffed glove box. I guess every time I open and close the glove box, paperwork in the glove box push the wire up and down. It's like bending the wire back and fourth. Over time the 2-3 mm thick wires slowly sever. Upon inspection, my wires only had 3 strands holding it together which explains the fan staying on the low position due to slow ground. I re-attached the wires and soldered them back into place. Now my AC works like new - thanks to Mathew the Mechanic.. Thank you for asking. I really hope this posting helps someone with the same unique problem.

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How you got this fix yet, if not let me know.

Cheers

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