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2004 jeep liberty heat air conditioning

My air conditioning and heat will not go up all the way, the 4 th setting will not work any more.

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There is a resistor that you can buy from Autozone or equivalent. It is a Fan Speed Control Resistor, and is located behind the glove box. It is simple to remove, the hardest part is disconnecting the wire harness. The part is like 25 bucks, and is sure to fix your problem.

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You need to replace your blower switch.

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    Fan selector switch is probably bad.

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There is a blower speed resistor in back of the glove box that plugs in. The "high" setting is a common failure. About $30 for the part. You have to drop the box to see it. 

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