Question about 1995 Buick Riviera
The plug for the resistor that has red wire in it has burnt. I got the new resistor but was wondering if I have to have the red wire plugged into it for the blower motor to work.
Yes the Red wire Commonly is the 12v power to the Blower motor.
If you don't fix the plug the blower will not work correctly.
But the best choice will be, if you replace the harnes connector.
Because is commomly burn for high resisteance on the blower motor.
Ok.. I hope this help on your question.
Sorry if I 'm late. but I was unable to check my Emails yesterday.
Thank you Guill
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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