Question about 1994 Dodge Shadow
Look up under dash on passenger side below glove box area, for wires coming from blower motor. They will go from blower motor and connect to resistor block. The resistor is usually about 1-1/2" x 3" and held in on ducting with 2 small screws, probably 1/4" head. If you see wires going from motor and through firewall, then look under hood in that area below cowl, and it will be attached to firewall. A flashlight up under there usually helps find it. You may even need to remove glove box to access it easier, but locate it first and decide from there.
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