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Blower motor wire harness

Could you please tell me how to replace the heater motor, and the wireharness. I have done the resistpr, it only lasted a month, then the wires that connected to the socket were fried and I had to buy another one again. Any pictures or places to view then would be helpful.
Thanks
Tina I have had the exact same problem. We bought a resistor about 1/16/09 and then, the heater blower went bad within two weeks after that. The blower motor has now been replaced and on the same day the new resistor we put in went bad.

Need to know how to replace the wire harness.

Thanks in advance!

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    check with the dealer to see if you can buy a harness repair connector, chances are u can, that will have to be attached by either use of crimp connectors or soldered on, do u have these tools? if not the repair will fail.

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Unless you live in the desert, crimp connectors should NEVER BE USED, except for emergency temporary repair aid. Use either repair harness end or get a harness section from a junkyard. make sure you connect wires properly and use proper sized heat shrink tubing to cover soldered joints.. To replace blower motor, locate it and remove it. If complicated by location, spring for $20. and get a manual (which will help you many more times with other stuff as well!!!)

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