Question about 2002 Pontiac Aztek
Take the blower motor out of your way first its easier to manage. there are 9/32 bolts holding both the motor and resistor up. there are two bolts on the resistor itself. one in the front and one in the back. the one it back is tough. have to cram your socket in there against the rubber just to get at it.
Hope this fixs it. jeff
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
I just replaced the blower motor resistor myself this past weekend. What a pain but possible. First, you need to get the blower motor out of your way. There are three bolts holding it in. Take out the back one first! With the blower motor removed, the resistor is easy to get to. There are three screws for the resistor but you only need to remove the front one. Then the resistor should slide out. Hook the new resistor up and slide back in and put screw back. Put blower motor back and I only put back the front two screws.
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