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How do I replace the front blower resistor pack

How do I replace the front blower resistor pack

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It is located just left (towards the driver side) of the blower motor base. The motor base is on the passenger side under the glove box and is round in shape. Disconnect the wire connector. Remove the two screws that hold the blower resistor into the blower assembly. You may need a short phillips head screwdriver to do this. A standard length screwdriver may be too long and interfere with the sloping foot well at this point.

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REMOVAL

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