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Where are the screws to remove the blower motor

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Hey Kenny,here's a guide to replace blower motor,if blower is not working or just on certain speeds,if could be your blower motor resister,here's a link to the resistor.I would straight wire motor to see if it works,if it does then resister could be bad,have to replace to see if it is bad on the resister.Here's the part.

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SOURCE: where is blower motor resistor located in my 2005

Hello, the blower resistor is mounted under the passenger side of dash. it is next to the blower motor.


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If the blower motor fan is running only on high mode and not running on medium and low mode then its confirm blower motor resistor problem.--------- But if the motor is running on all modes but giving problem on all modes, like low, medium and high then its blower motor problem.The motor is getting weak and needs to be replaced.--------- So first inspect if blower motor fan is running on medium and low mode or not running.If its not running then replace the resistor, but if motor is running on all mode but, with problem, then replace the blower motor itself.--------------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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SOURCE: no screws on 05 impala a/c blower resistor. How to remove it to replace

I have a 2005 impala, the blower fan will not shut off unless I take it out. any solutions

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SOURCE: replace blower motor resistor unit on 99 Malibu ?

the blower motor resistor is below glove box. remove panal under box. slide the pcm out of the way, resistor is beside blower motor. unplug wiring, take out screws holding it in then pull straight out to remove.

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