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How to repair jeep grand cherokee heater blower resistor

YES I HAVE A QUESTION FOR YOU WHEN I BOUGHT MY NEW RESISTOR TO THE BLOWER MOTOR, I HAD TO BUY A NEW WIRING HARNESS. IT CAME WITH 3 BLUE THIN WIRES AND 3 THICK GREEN WIRES . IT IS ONLY A THRE WIRE PLUG . WHICH WIRES DO I USE AND IN WHAT ORDER DO THEY GO IN TO THE PLUG.

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  • lev1144 Oct 06, 2008

    I just installed a new blower resistor, but it keeps blowing the fuse. I thought I got the wires backwards, so I switched them--and it still blew the fuse. I've gone through 6 fuses (at $3 a piece) so far, and I can't find the problem.



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There is a kit on Ebay that has the correct color wires and is prewired and simple to install. Worked great for me and only cost $12.

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I was told when i did mine the wires are fine use the green and its easiest to have shrink tube connect and heat with a lighter

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Blower Motor Resistor and Controller Replacement

Image Blower Motor Resistor Or Controller/Power Module Remove/Install

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