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Can you explain to my step by step how to replace a blower motor resistor for a 2000 chevy silverado?

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If it needs a resistor, plan on replacing the blower motor also. The motor is drawing high amps and killed the resistor. Its a simple job, all is above the passengers feet. just a few screws.

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