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Open your passenger front door, get down on your knees, and peek up under the dash on the right front side of the cab in the car.There might be an access cover that pulls down, then you will see your blower motor resistor.It will have electrical wires goin to it and two mounting bolts holding it on.I hope this helps, rate me accordingly, thanks!!

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