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Replacing a Blower motor resistor

I had a question on here about the blower always on high and I received some great advice that it may be the resistor, Now how do I replace the blower motor resistor?

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It's called a resistor block, you can't just change the resisitor, you have to get the block. All it is, is a small circuit board with the resistor soldered in it.
I don't have my manual at the moment, so I can't exactly tell you where it is.
Usually they are mounted near the blower motor on the firewall,
On some the blower motor has to be removed to get at it,
Some are mounted under the dash in the duct work.
Try calling a dealer and ask for the parts dept., they can probably tell you where it is. Just ask them if they can tell you where the resistor block for the blower motor is.

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