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Blower motor resistor

I did notice alittle burning, would i have to replace the entire harness side or can i buy separate harness sections. I notice on a website the entire harness is pretty large and would be a pain in the *** to replace all of it. thanks for all your help

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You can purchase a " pigtail " for the resistor,which will come with the plug and approx. 8" of wire ( each wire ). The pigtail should cost not much more than $ 20.00,whereas the big harness would probably run you around $ 800.00 ( just a guess ). Replace the resistor and the pigtail at the same time to ensure proper connection.

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