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Blower for Heat/AC

The blower stopped working for my heat/AC. I am assuming it is the blower motor resistor, but I am having trouble locating it. I disconnected the blower switch, and determined that there is no power going into the switch. A while back it worked intermittently, now stopped working all together. Any ideas?

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  • rmccreary Nov 04, 2008

    Do you mean the wiring directly below the glove box? I removed the cover under the dash behind the glove box and was checking the wiring, but didn't find anything that looked like the resistor.

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Blower motor resistor is in the front (right?) wheel well.

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