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How do you fix the AC in a 1997 Pontiac Bonneville to blow on high?

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2006-06-06 01:20:28
2006-06-06 01:20:28

you got to replace the heater resistor right behind switch in the heater panel. Easy way to order the part what way you know how it looks and is easy to replace and the part is less than 20 $. wish u luck.

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