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Were can i locate the blower control module

Was told by the dealer the blower control module was bad so i wanted to replace it myself if i knew where to find it and what it looked like lol
just need some help thanks

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It will be under hood on the right side at the firewall looking from the front find your heater coolant hoses where they go into the heater housing and it will be to the right of these in the side of the heater housing.

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