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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: the blower motor on 2005
The resistor block is normally located in the air box close to the blower motor for cooling.The fact you have no speeds on the blower indicates it might be a fuse. Have you checked them because this is where I would start first.Next step would be to check the blower motor itself.Remove it and give it 12 volts from the battery,it should want to twist out of your hand so hang on.Then I would pull the resistor block and check that.They are usually held in with two screws and if its done you should be able to see the burned out circuits with your eyes.Good luck
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
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