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2003 malibu blower fan just works on 4&5 how do you replace resistor

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The resistor is just below glove box. remove panal under glovebox, move pcm to one side to get access to heater fan and resistor. resistor is right beside fan motor, disconnect connection to resistor, remove screws holding it in. pull straight out to remove.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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