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Burning odor after replacing blower motor resistor

2001 dodge dakota

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This is my own question and I wanted to share the solution in case others may have the same problem. I replaced the Interlock Module. Found the part at Sears for about $35. The part is right behind the seat on the right hand side if you are seated. There is a wiring harness coming through the rear wall - some of the wires go to this guy. Maybe this would have been answered if it had not been in the CD category?

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