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Jeep Grand Cherokee 2001 blower fan resistor replacement

Bought new blower fan resistor but connection not the same, how do I connect

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You bought the wrong replacement part. Take it back and get the right one.

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The Connection Has To be The Same No Matter What People Say Has To be The Same As The One You Took Out im 99.99% Sure

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Hy almare - I would take it back. Did you buy it from a junk yard and were hoping to make it work or did you buy from auto parts store and they gave you the wrong thing? I would take it back and get the right part . Try another place if they don't have it. Or go yo the junkyard and there. You shouldn't have to jimmy rig that connection. Thanks.

Jeff

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