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The heater fan only works on high, I was told it's probably the resistor, where do I find the resistor in the truck to replace it?

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Hello taysma.

Under the hood, look to the left as you look in towards the firewall.
You will see the blower fan motor there. Turn it on if you are unsure what it looks like and listen.
No need to start the engine, just turn the key to the On position.
To the right of the motor you will see a plug with several wires on it. That will be the resistor.
Buy the new one first so you know what it looks like.
Easy to replace and not expensive.

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The resistor can be found under hood on passenger side look for a long flat panel or round panel on top of heater fan,a round object,about 15 inches around, if it works on high only, run engine, and while engine running, turn fan on. feel for the blower motor under hood on passenger side, you will find the resistor there. you'll need to unplug it, and then go but new one in order for it to work. hope this helps and thank you for choosing fixya.com

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