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Ac blower motor

When I turn on my A?C on my 2006 HHR it only worked on high speed. I was told to replace my blower motor resistor and I did but still have a noise coming from the blower motor. Do I need to replace this and how do I do it? Where exactly is the resistor assembly located? I have everything apart and am unable to locate it. Thanks

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  • pklute May 29, 2009

    I don't have the new part yet....I am just trying to locate it....so far I found the main connector for the blower but don't see anything else connected to it. Is the resistor on the firewall or mounted on the side?

  • pklute May 29, 2009

    Left or right side looking forward?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    wait until u get the new part.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    when u have the new part u will spot it right away, it is right next to the blower in the air duct work.

  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    it is right next to the blower, you have the new part?

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The blower motor resistor is located at the top of the fresh air intake (hard plastic hose going into the "box") You most likely have, or have had, water in your passenger side floor board area as well. The resistor is in direct line with one of the water leak problems on the 2006. I would bet that the "noise" you hear is trash, or debris in your fan motor housing. (might even be water)

Open your hood and remove the black plastic moulding from your lower windshield (remove the wiper arms first) there you will find a clear plastic sheet of polyeurethane. It is either missing or open enough for "critters" to gain access to your fresh air intake.

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It should be located in the heater/evap case under the dash by the glove box, usually the pigtail from the blower motor itself leads the the resistor pack.

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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