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Blower motor resister instalation, were & how

I would like to change the resister for the heater/blower motor & were is it located on a 2001 Grand am, the reason I would like to change this is becouse the blower was just changed by C/T & i still have only speeds 345. on the blower control switch.

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  • jagould Apr 15, 2009

    were is the heater box located & how do you get at it

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Resistor block is on the heater box usually about even with the mirror...may be hard to see with manifold in the way.

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

  • Richard Scordino Apr 15, 2009

    OK you gave me a sub-par rating and I need to tell you more.... It looks like an oval with generally four wires coming out of it. The heater box is the black plastic tunnel right against the firewall. You have two...you are looking at the one in the engine bay.

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