Question about 2004 Mazda 6
Need to replace
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
for the most part it is under the dash on the passenager side and it has two screws and a plug in the middle try this website to see if they have your car listed www.autozone.com if they do you be able to get pictures and diagrams showing you how to repair you car and check on a price at the same time here is another website to try for auto repair information www.alldatadiy.com i hope i have been some help to you Michigan Man.
Posted on May 12, 2009
just remove the glove box and its right behind it just take the white pug out and the two phillips screws to remove the resistor out, replace with the new one and cool off!!!! Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
I think any parts store can get it for you.
But if you asking for location of the component , then it's a different story.
All b/m resistors(any car) located around blower motor or in the air duct after blower motor, they need to be vented all the time , otherwise they overheat and blow. Wires from motor are going to resistor , so if you trace the wires you'll find resistor.
Posted on May 05, 2010
SOURCE: location of blower motor relay
better late than never....
The blower relay is one of two identical relays next to the clutch pedal above the fuse panel. I just had to replace mine (1996 Protege DX). I switched the two relays and now the blower works fine. Not sure what the other relay was for... but the car doesn't seem to miss it yet! The relays have H270 panted on the side of the black plastic covers. You have to pull down hard to get the relay off the clip it is fastened to, then unplug the four prong connector. Good luck finding one. The books all call for a 6 prong relay. I am going to find one in a junk yard rather than calling Mazda. I hope this helps... I searched all over the internet and couldn't find any answers so I figured I better post mine here...
Posted on Jun 26, 2010
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