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Where is blower resistor located on a 95 GMC, how to install?

I just replaced my blower motor in my 95 GMC Sierra and it only setting it blows on is high. I was told that it was blower resistor. I bought a resistor and can not find out were it is at. I think it is behind the glove box but I cant see it. Do I have to remove the dash board to get to it, if so how do I do it? Thank you for any help.

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  • pickupdumdum Jan 27, 2009

    same problem 95 sierra replaced blower still only works on high pulled door off glove box unscrewed plate on top of heat box, disconnected relay and two other connectors disconnected resistor two screws are holding resistor in place, gave up for the night, will i have enough room to lift resistor out of box without removing dash?



    ps If not what all screws have to be removed and what about tabs to remove dash? Whew!!! Thanks.....

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Yes you have to take out the dash and the glove box to get it out. its on the passenger site in a black plastic housing.

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