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Old 04-10-2014, 01:16 AM   #1
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I have an '89 Skylark custom 4 door, L4 2.5l, with about 190K on it. My blower fan only seems to work in "high", no medium or low speeds. I replaced the climate control module with one I found at a salvage yard and got the same result. Is my problem with the blower resistor and if so, exactly where is it located? Thanks
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It sounds like the resistor is your problem. I don't know where it is. But they are usually by the blower motor
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you can find it by looking at the duct, most are in the air stream so you will see heavy wires going into the outside of your air duct
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