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Can you tell me where the blower motor resistor is located on a 1988 nissan 300zx?

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Those are located in the evaporator housing ...under or behind the glove box on the passenger side interior.Remove the glove box and you will go right to it...they are installed there to let the airflow keep them cool and from burning up

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