And, if you replace it and it goes out again, chances are you need a new
blower motor because they start drawing too much current and take out the
resistor when the bearings/bushings get bad.
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| >> There is a blower motor resistor block located in the heater/AC
| >> it controls the lower speeds but is bypassed in the high speed.
| >> An open circuit in one of the resistor windings will prevent the lower
| >> speeds from working.
| > Thanks for that information. Can you tell me it's exact location? Is it
| > the dash, behind the glove box or down
| > lower? If it's something I can find I could replace it if it does test
| > open. Finding it would be my problem.
| Can't help you with location, but it's a bakelite block usually held in
| two screws.