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11-03-2011 06:46 AM
Serge627 Only having two fan speeds working is your fan motor resistor. Its a $20 part from your local parts store and its held in by two screws to the side of your fan motor, under the dash, behind the glove box.

As for the heat being luke warm, that may be a coolant issue, check to make sure the level is good.
11-02-2011 10:27 PM
jcmstrickers
Heater question

So when working with the heat there is the adjustment knob that allows you to control how hard the air blows. My knob only works at full and half power the other two do not work. Also i feel like the heat is not as hot as it should be. My A/C is ice cold yet my heat is luke warm?

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