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Heater stays on hi havc won't turn off all fuses good

Heater nob does not work i pull fuse out so blower /fan won't run all nite
if it is a resistor where is it located can't find a diagram.

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The resister is located under the dash in the passenger footwell area. It is to the driver's side of the blower motor up against the firewall.

To remove, it's easiest to remove the passenger seat to lay down on the car floor. Next, find the blower resistor, remove the connector, remove the one front bolt and just loosen the two bolts by the firewall. Pull the resistor down and out from the two bolts. Installation of the new resistor is the opposite of removal.

Hope this helps

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