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I need a description of where and what the blower fan resistor looks like and wherte it is located?

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Go to this web site and it will help you alot.--www.gtrippleb.com/auto/durang...r_resistor.htm, have a good day!!

Posted on Nov 14, 2010

  • carl Nov 14, 2010

    the resistor has a coil on it for each fan speed, if one should burn out. you will loose that fan speed. it controls fan speed.

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