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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi ,The resistor is in the heater box located under the dash on the passenger side.It can be seen when you crawl under the dash and look up. It has two or three bolts on it. It will also have a plug connected to it, which has to be disconected.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
It's on the pasenger side of the truck. Where the persons feet would be if sitting there. Lay down on your back and look up under the dash. There will be you blower motor. There are three gold or siver colored 5.5mm headed bolts holding it up to the heater case. Pull those out and the blower motor will drop down. Also you will need to remove the electrical connector before pulling the screws out. I will bet a peice of paper has been sucked out of you glove box and is in the blower motor. Be sure to note the position of the blower motor, it can only go in one way.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
There are two relays for the heater control fan,a low blower relay and a high blower relay.It sounds like the hi blower relay is bad.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
Your blower resistor may be wearing out or corrosion setting in. The part is cheap and you can probably replace it. This link shows where an 01 is located. Yours may be in the same spot on on the engine bay side of the passenger firewall. Check with your auto parts store also for location.
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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