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Blow fan does not have 1,2,3 speed

How can i replace blow motor resistor?
Nissan maxima gxe 1997
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With great difficulty,and you have to buy the complete unit with the motor .its one of them jobs where you have to remove the whole dashboard .and disconnect battery first

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