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Need to know where a/c blower resistor is located

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Under right side of dash. Remove lower plastic closeout panel and resistor is by blower motor.

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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The 96 LeSabre Custom and LeSabre Limited use an electronic module in place of a blower resistor.
It is under the hood on the firewall on top of the heater plenum, but below the relay rack.
They tend to short and run on high until the module burns out and then it quits.
The same part is used on many high-end GM cars from 92 to 96. The electronic module has two connectors on it. (If yours has only one plug it is a real resistor pack and not electronic.)

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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SOURCE: locating heater blower motor resistor

the resistor is behind your glove box. open the box and push in the sides to release it and let it hang down...the resistor is right there. I didn't try to replace it, a friend did it, but the part was under $20.

Posted on Feb 01, 2009

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SOURCE: have to change blower motor resistor where is it located

Located behind glovebox. 2 screws and 2 plugs. very simple

Posted on May 30, 2009

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depends on what year van..1996-2000,located in engine compartment just above right strut tower at firewall..2001-2007..located behind glove box

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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