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MY heater fan works on 4 & 5 Only on my 2000 Silverado

MY heater fan works on 4 & 5 Only on my 2000 1500 Silverado. how do I replace the heater resistor.

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Remove the passenger side lower insulator panel. behind the panel you wil find the blower motor housing. next to the blower motor housing there will be a wiring connector with 6 to 8 wires going in to it. the connector will be held secure with 2 screws. remove the connector and remove the screws -- this is your resistor. reverse the process to re-install.

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