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Mechanic called me telling me I need to bring him from a junk yard since the dealer soesnt make them any more a blower resistor socket plug that is located underneath the glove box on a 1999 jeep grand cherokee.

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Bring the resistor &/or the pigtail (socket plug) to any reputable auto parts store & they should be able to match up a replacement pigtail.

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