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Ac blower won't work. Resistor has been replaced 3 times. I think it is the problem now. Is it easy to replace? Where is it?

Where is the blower motor resistor for the ac. Is it hard to replace? 2000 jeep grand cherokee

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Blower motor resistors are found on the pasenger side ducts near the blower motor. It should have three wires going to it.

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