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Heater resister is gone, got a new one. Now I have

\015 Heater resistor is gone, got a new one. Now I have to find the old one to change it. Where is it located?\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 20-05-2019

Answers :

Hello there.
Up above where the passengers feet would be there is a\015\012plastic panel. remove that and you will see the round shape of the\015\012blower motor. Right beside it you will find the blower resistor. Undo\015\012the connector. Two screws retain it in place. Some of these are tricky\015\012to get to so have a good light to help you see what you are doing. The\015\012heads of the screws are hex so a 1/4 inch drive socket/ratchet set will\015\012be handy here.
Note the position of the resistor because some of them will go in backwards.
Reverse procedure to reinstall.
Just a note here. If the resistor is burned you may need a new plug too.
And if your blower motor is drawing too many amperes of power it can cause resistor failure.
These resistors were prone to failure from normal occurring moisture, the new ones have a better coating to prevent this.
Hope your job goes well for you.
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