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The blower resistor is located behind the glove box. Open up the glove box, then on each side, you should see the clips that stop the glove box from opening up all the way. Squeeze them towards each other and the glove box opens up. (empty glove box 1st). the resistor is towards the right. There was a red locking clip on the bottom, getting this to come out was the biggest problem, it does NOT come off, just out. then remove the cable connections, then two bolts (5/16). It took me about 30 minutes total. (copied from another post)

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