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Replace the ac blower motor resistor on a 2001 pontiac grand am

I am going to attempt replace the ac blower motor resistor on my 2001 Pontiac Grand Am. Is this a difficult task? I am a female and am going to have my 13 yr old son help. Where do I need to look to change this out? Thanks

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The blower motor resistor sit under the dash on the passenger side next to the blower motor, on the same housing, will have a 5 wire connector going to it, it is held on with two small screw's, it's not that hard of a job to do, auto repair shop's Mitchell labor guide to do this job is 6 tenth of an hour, you and your son will be ok.Have fun.

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