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Blower motor wiring

I HAVE A 2001 PONTIAC SUNFIRE. I AM CHANGING THE BLOWER MOTOR AND THE NEW MOTOR THAT I BOUGHT HAS 2 COLOURE WIRES AND THE ONE I TOOK OUT HAS A PLUG. HOW DO I HOOK THIS UP. THANJS

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Had the same issue as this with my 2001 and the colors did not match to boot. You need to strip the 2 blower motor wires before the plug and then splice in the new wires. Before you make the repair though, you need to turn on the fan control and touch the wires from the new one to the stripped wires from the harness to make sure the fan rotates in the proper direction. Check for the arrow on the inside of the blower cage.

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If FIRST you are ABSOLUTLY Sure you have the Right Blower Motor, Just SPLICE the Wires According to Color

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