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What parts must be removed and in what order to enable replacement of the resistor in the blower fan,heater/ac??

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Remove the hush pannel from passanger side
disconnect the wiring connector for the blower motor (2 WIRE CONNECTOR)
remove the blower motor( not nessary but makes it easier)
now you can see the resistor disconnect the wiring connector
there is 2 bolts 5.5mm or SAE 7/32
remove the 2 bolts and remove the resistor
install the new resistor and reconnect the wiring connector
install the blower motor and reconnect the wire connector
install the hush pannel

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