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Blower fan works on high speed only, resistor problem, where do i find it?

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Mine was located behind the blower on the passenger side real close to the firewall,2 screws in it , changed the card and had the blower working just fine .... hope that helps.

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You should find this on the or near the heater fan housing! Frankster016

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