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1995 GMC Serria K1500 W/AC heater blower motor resistor loaction

Where is the resistor location, looked all over but can't find it. Have part but cant locate anything that remotely looks like it or its location

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  • JimJoly Oct 26, 2008

    Thanks, It ended up being on top behind the relay.... Hidden:)

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Its under glove box on passenger side. inside the cab... look at the vent box near the firewall. it located on that box and part of it is in the vent. you'll see the wires going to it and its held on with 2 7/32 screws

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