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2002 Aztek Bllower resist

My air is not blowing very strong. Could this also be the blower resistor?

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Usually when your car air conditioning fan is at maximum setting, air coming out your car air conditioning vent is also at maximum air blowing, but when your car air conditioning vent barely blows out air there is a problem, and the main reason of this is a blower problem or air duct blockage problem.

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

No, did you replace the passenger cabin filter? chance are it is to late...i just found out today it is best to bc it puts pressure on the blower....its in the glove box..

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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