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Old July 4th, 2016
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blower fan switch only has 2 speeds

So the other day my blower fan stopped working in the 3 lower settings and now just works on the upper 2 highest settings. Is it the switch?

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Old July 4th, 2016
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More probably the blower motor resistor/control module (but just a guess). Check Rockauto for replacements (and it also depends on whether you have auto temp or manual controls.
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Old September 19th, 2018
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As silly as it sounds, check your interior fuse box and locate the low blower fuse. If blown replace it. If you are fairly good with electrical systems test the voltage at that fuse. If it is not 12 volts with the key in the run (not acc) position there's a chance your ignition switch needs to be replaced.

I've been fighting this battle on my 1999 Intrigue for a while and have replaced the fan motor and the resistor with no success. (manual control btw) I have a new relay (BWD part# R672) but nobody seems to know the location of it. If that replacement fails I'll move on to the ignition switch.
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Old September 19th, 2018
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It could be either a fuse or the climate control relay (varies by the climate controls themselves if it's either the auto or manual controls). The location is very simple: located under and adjacent to the glove box. Remember: disconnect the battery prior to replacing the relay, otherwise, you'll get a shocking of a lifetime.
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