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Blower Motor Resistor replacement?

Did you receive the replacement instructions for the Blower Motor Resistor?

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The blower motor reostat is in the blower motor housing. it will have a 2 wire connector

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How to replace the blower motor resistor


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It's called a resistor block, you can't just change the resisitor, you have to get the block. All it is, is a small circuit board with the resistor soldered in it.
I don't have my manual at the moment, so I can't exactly tell you where it is.
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On some the blower motor has to be removed to get at it,
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It sounds like the blower resistor needs to be replaced. Auto Zone will have the blower resistor that you need to replace and will have the step by step instructions for you to get the job done with common tools and will take just under 2 hours if your good with tools. Good luck and keep me posted, the cost of the resistor it self is around $27.00

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If your taking about the speed control to your heater's blower fan, it's a good chance that it's going to be the blower motor resistor that need to be replaced. Auto Zone has them for sale and they can give you the step by step instructions for you the replace the faulty resistor with the new ones with common tools in about 40min. The resistor is going to be by the blower motor in-line with the wire harness to the blower motor. Good luck and keep me posted if you have any more question.

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