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Old 12-23-2011, 12:24 PM   #1
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If anyone needs to fix this, I threw together a little video for doing it. Hope it helps!

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Oh by the way if you have Climate Control it will be a little different. The resistor is in a different location I believe.
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Nice vid s96 my 04fx4 only works on high ,now I know how to fix it.
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Yep, nice video. My blower also only worked on hi. I saw this, went and got a resistor for bout $20 and had it changed in a couple minutes. Its so much nicer having 4 speeds vs cranking the heat on and shutting it off repeatedly. Thanks again!
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