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Manual climate control fan speed, stuck on 1 & 4

I tried searching for this, but there are way too many topics that are poorly labeled.

Just recently I have no 2 or 3 on my climate control fan speed. Its either 1, or 4.

Anyone have this issue before? I assume its either the switch, or the some sort of relay.



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Blower motor resistor is junk.

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same thing just happened to me in my '04. when I turn the radio off and put my hand over the defroster I can feel a SLIGHT difference but primarily only 1 and 4.
Anyone have info for a quick way to repair it? Is that resistor accessible by just removing the glovebox?

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same thing just happened to me in my '04. when I turn the radio off and put my hand over the defroster I can feel a SLIGHT difference but primarily only 1 and 4.
Anyone have info for a quick way to repair it? Is that resistor accessible by just removing the glovebox?
The resistor is under the hood right below the blower motor.

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The resistor is under the hood right below the blower motor.
Sounds easy enough, thank you!

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