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Replacing Blower Resitor?

I have a GMC Jimmy 4x4 (2001).....My fan is not working in the high switch....I have taken it to a few places and they have said its the blower resistor.....I have the part on order...They said its not that difficult to replace on my own, but that i will have to remove the cover plate off my front dash control area to get behind the fan control switch area....

Can anyone tell me how to do this or know where i can find a guide online on how to perform this task??

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Shouldn't have to remove anything. lay on your back on the passenger side floor and look up at the duct work... you'll need a light to see. look near the fan for the part that bolts into the duct work... it will have a connector on it... that is your heater resister.

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