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Blower motor resistor & vent intake on 1990 Plymouth Acclaim

I need to know where the blower motor resistor is located and where the outside air intake for the vent is located.

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Usually passenger side down under are where wipers are mounted. If you turn heater /defrost blower on high & listen standing on passenger side, you should be able to pinpoint it easier. Look below that on firewall and good chance your resistor is in that area.

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