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Heater blower does not work on 93 Altima on any speed.

I have checked the fuses for the blower and they are good. I've read online about the resistor going, but that only affects 1, 2, and 3 speeds, not 4. But I have none, thinking I need a new fan blower. If so, where is the fan motor located?

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It's behind the glove compartment. I had to remove about eight screws to pull of the glove compartment door and glove compartment molded plastic trim. If you are looking for the blower motor resistor. I found it. The blower motor is the roundish part on the far left hand side of the glove compartment opening. Out of the bottom of the blower motor are four wires in a common cable with a connector at the end. Disconnect this common cable connector. It is connected to the blower motor resistor with two screws. It will look like you are removing a connector, but the back side of this part has a what looks like a fin cooler. That part in your hands is the resistor (really) The part number will be on the connector P/N 27150 1E400

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