Question about 2007 Mazda B4000
Under the dash on the duct work for the air.. you will find a connector that goes into it... two or three screws will remove the item.... i call it a resister block... basically the switch allows different resisters to be be switched into the power line to the fan... that gives you different speeds... just take it to a parts store and they will be able to get one for you.... or a mazda dealer if you don't mind spending more.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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