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03-30-2019 10:04 PM
TechnoHippie Yep clam off. Has your car had the oil line recall done? If not ... you take it to a dealer and get that done because there is a chance they might have to remove the clam to do it If that's the case you save most of the labor costs. Either way I strongly suggest you upgrade radiator while the clam is off, which is what I did.

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03-27-2019 11:09 AM
exigegus Ehhh

Clam off, so there is that

If it has an OEM radiator it is a good idea to change that

There is a nice post with a camera and forceps that seems pretty elegant
03-27-2019 10:43 AM
Habious
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pretty common
...Oh, and a complete nightmare to repair (from what I understand).
03-27-2019 10:40 AM
exigegus Look up blower motor resistor

pretty common
03-27-2019 10:34 AM
steelypip If your low speed settings have been gone for a while, it's probably corrosion damage on the blower resistor block. There are many threads on repair for it.
03-27-2019 08:51 AM
Regan
AC/Heat Blower Dead

Hi all-- in the last year, only the third power setting (maximum) would turn on the air in the vehicle. This year, looks like even the third power setting finally went out.

I'm by no means a mechanic, but wanted to see where I could start looking for causes to fix. Fuse blown? Bad compressor?

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