2001 Accord blower resistor location

Anyone replaced the blower resistor on a 2001 Honda Accord and where is it located? Grahame

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It's located in the blower motor housing, and is actually a powertransistor. If the powertransistor has failed, it's likely because the blower motor is bad too.
Grahame wrote:

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----------------------------- It should still run on FULL SPEED because the switch clicks when turned to the full clockwise. All other speeds go thru the power transistor. Water can get into the heater box and wreck the power transistor too. Ever had water on the passenger's carpet after sitting in the rain?
Go to http://www.slhondaparts.com/ for your diagram of the part.
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Yes, thanks guys I found it, remove two screws, unplug the wire harness(4 wire) and it drops right out. The fan works only on positions 3 and 4, and it was raining the day it went.

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