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Where can I find the blower motor resistor on a 2003 Chrysler Serbring?

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My car has this resistor mounted under hood in the AC plenum housing....mounted by two screws. Has a wiring plug. The resistor elements are large resistance wire coils. Visual inspection will show burned coil. Trying to solder these (If open) will not work....they run very hot and are cooled by placing them in the fresh air intake of the plenum. Replacement is best....parts house may have them. If not, try Junque Yard.

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