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Thread: DIY: Blower Motor Resistor replacement (with pics)

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    Step 1 remove harness
    Step 2 remove two Phillips screws
    (mine had pink paint on the heads)
    Step 3 remove old resistor (bad one shown on right side in picture, small burn spot noticeable)
    Step 4 install new one and enjoy variable speed blower again.
    Part cost $23 all in from Rockauto shipped to Canada.Name:  20180215_150205.jpg
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    Thanks, Speg!!

    I'm going to add this as a DIY fix in the Modifications & DIY's index.

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    Thanks for sharing

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    No problem, I realize shipping cost was a bit high but still the cheapest I could find to receive the part in 2 days, also a small price to pay to keep the wife happy ��

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    Excellent Info. Now I know what to do when I blow a resistor. Thanks Speg !



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