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Where is blower motor resistor in a 2002 pontiac aztek

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  • Larry williams Sep 12, 2008

    how would you change the resistor for the blower or when you say it is in the duct work, where would I start to look for it and what do I have to remove to get at it, this is on my 2001 aztec

  • steveo250k Mar 31, 2009

    Still don't know where it is. Near the fan. Where's the fan? Under the hood? Under the dash? Is there a cover I need to remove first? Burkholder said is was easy to replace "once it is located." But that was the question, WHERE IS IT LOCATED!!!!

  • parr62 May 27, 2010

    where is the blower motor resistir in a 2002 pontiac aztek

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There is a resistor pack for the fan speed in the ductwork near the fan.. It is very easy to replace once it is located. Ussually there are either one or two 5.5mm screws holding it in place. Once you get it out you will notice the resistors that are burnt.

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It's to the right of the blower motor on the firewall. I've just done mine.

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SOURCE: blower motor only works on high

located under dash next to blower motor itself should be a couple of wires plugged into it

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I just replaced the blower motor resistor myself this past weekend. What a pain but possible. First, you need to get the blower motor out of your way. There are three bolts holding it in. Take out the back one first! With the blower motor removed, the resistor is easy to get to. There are three screws for the resistor but you only need to remove the front one. Then the resistor should slide out. Hook the new resistor up and slide back in and put screw back. Put blower motor back and I only put back the front two screws.

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