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Blower fan i need to replace the blower fan resistor, not sure where in the dash it goes

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Blower fan resistors are in the air box on the passenger side below the dash. Basically right at the passengers feet.

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The blower motor fan is controlled by the blower motor resistor.Its the resistor which controls the fan on respective speed which you select.But if the resistor goes faulty,then it will not be able to set the required speed which you set for fan,so it works on high speed only. In this case you will have to replace the blower motor resistor. Check fog for the location of blower motor resistor location:--- see part number 8 in the diagram below. helpmech_11.gif

The blower motor resistor is located next to blower motor under the dash.Its fitted with 2 screws and a wiring connector.You have to remove the screws and wiring connector and take the resistor out and place the new resistor in same position and connect the connector as well as screws. ------------------- this should help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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You will see a long plug about an inch and a half that goes into it. When they burn out you only get high as a default.

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