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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this sounds like the heater motor resistor has gone bad and needs replacing.this controls the amount of voltage that goes to the blower motor to give you the different speeds.if it was the blower motor it wouldn`t have worked on #4 setting before stopping.this us located in the air box as it uses the air flow from the motor to help keep it from getting too hot,usually in the area of the motor and has about 5wires connected to it.
Your heater motor speed selector only working on a couple levels is caused by a faulting blower motor resistor.This part is located on the evaporator case next to the blower motor itself.Two bolts remove the resistor and an electrical pigtail finishes it off.The location of this is underneath the dash on the pass front side.Happy Holidays!!