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What is the wiring diagram for a blower motor resistor on a 1999 jeep cherokee sport

The plug melted so i replaced it. now i cant remember how the wires go back . what is the correct order

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The black tan wire on one end goes to the blower motor.
Tan for low is next, lt green is medium 1, lt blue is medium 2, and the other black tan is for high.

Posted on Jan 16, 2013

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  • alexandertmg
    alexandertmg Jan 16, 2013

    from diver side or passager side

  •  Stephen
    Stephen Jan 16, 2013

    I can't say. The diagram shows the black and tan spaced away from the other 4 wires going to the blower.

  •  Stephen
    Stephen Jan 16, 2013

    If you use a test light or a meter the black and tan grouped with the center 3 should be hot in the high speed setting. The other black tan going to the blower motor should be dead.

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Review this links:
- WJ Section 24 Heating Air Conditioning ewj24 (page 32 and next)
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* page 19 Index
* page 221 Blower Motor - Diagram 8W-42
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