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Its located by the blower fan intake

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SOURCE: locate resistor switch 2004 chevy colorado

On my 2004, there was a recal for a defective harness. You might want to see if there was a recal for the 2005. The resistor is located on the passenger side below the and behind the dash mounted to the air duct.

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