Question about 1998 Pontiac Bonneville
Usually they are placed under the dash next to the blower motor on the fan shroud. The resister generates heat and needs to be cooled. The part shown may be an aftermarket equivalent That fits but looks different. You should see a least three to five exposed coils, one for each fan speed. Default setting is always as fast as the fan will go, the larger the coil the slower the fan moves. A dealer should be able to look at the part and identify if you have the resister. I have pulled them out ,soldered a melted connection and been able to fix the resister myself(got lucky).
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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