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Ford F150 A/c

My a/c Will blow on high no matter what setting i put it on.

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Check with Ford to see if its still under warranty. It sounds like the fan speed control module. In my 2000 mercury cougar it was located on the passenger side floor under the top of the carpet and was only about a $20-30 and about 5 minutes to fix it.

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Could be a stuck fan relay near the blower inside the engine compartment.

check the fan relay for a stuck contact..

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