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Old 18 Jul 2010, 03:11 pm
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Can someone tell me where the blower motor resistor is located, a diagram would be nice, i have looked under the dash and behind glovebox with no luck
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Old 18 Jul 2010, 03:59 pm
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I have followed this link but it does not show it on the diagram, only gives the part number
http://www.berrysprinter.com/e-fiche...02-05/05pt.pdf
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Old 18 Jul 2010, 05:20 pm
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It's located in the fire wall near the washer resevior. Remove the wipers, remove the cown grille (held in with a few screws) and you can access the resistor.
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Old 18 Jul 2010, 05:47 pm
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You are correct. Five minute removal. My only problem now is it melted the conection some. I may have to find another. Vehicle was wrecked in the front end and insurance said that had nothing to do with the wreck although it was fine before and the AC condensor was shredded
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Old 15 Oct 2010, 09:56 pm
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Thank you guys. This is a snap away! I planned to remove my AEG Parts arts blower motor earlier, It's a good thing I browse this forum, It saves me a thousand years. Thanks again.

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Old 12 Jul 2013, 12:21 pm
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I have a 2001 pt cruiser and the blower motor has stopped working. I believe it may be the resistor. I looked under the wipers and only found the wiper fluid motor, no resistor. Could it be located somewhere else on this year?
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Old 12 Jul 2013, 12:36 pm
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Old 12 Jul 2013, 12:46 pm
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It's not need to remove the wipers.
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Old 13 Jul 2013, 03:15 pm
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Alright, I found my resistor and it seems to be in good shape. I have power at my fuse for my blower but no power to the blower. I checked and the blower itself works. A little more background, when it stopped working the fuse was blown and the wire adapter from the power to the blower was melted. I've replace both. The wires inside the glove compartment have now burn marks that I can see. Any other ideas? It's hot outside and I need to cool off.
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