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It's called a resistor block, you can't just change the resisitor, you have to get the block. All it is, is a small circuit board with the resistor soldered in it.
I don't have my manual at the moment, so I can't exactly tell you where it is.
Usually they are mounted near the blower motor on the firewall,
On some the blower motor has to be removed to get at it,
Some are mounted under the dash in the duct work.
Try calling a dealer and ask for the parts dept., they can probably tell you where it is. Just ask them if they can tell you where the resistor block for the blower motor is.
Can you tell if the blower motor is working but you're just not getting air through the vents? If so the Blower Motor switch is most likely the culprit. It is located on the passengers side up underneath the dashboard....the problem with this switch is it gets carroded and needs to be replaced they run about $25 dollars (contact your nearest auto parts store) and are easy to do...What you might try is to unplug the wire from it and try cleaning the connectors where the wire goes on. You should see a plug going right into the blower motor under the passenger side dash.
You will need to remove the glovebox and you will see the blower motor at the top right side. Remove the screws holding it, disconnect the electrical connector and remove it from the car. It is a tight squeeze, be patient.