Q: ok thx Tim, I unplug the fuse and run a wire from high

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Ok thx Tim, I unplug the fuse from the high side and a other fuse and run a wire from high side because the other 3 wires did not work and I got heat on the high side only and now my question is could my high & low fan switch be bad. thx in advance!

My car has 80000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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