blower motor resistor on 2004 Chrysler Pacifica

is there a picture or diagram of where the resistor is located. I know it's behind the glovebox, so i can replace it myself. thank you and have a nice day!

by in Marathon, FL on February 25, 2010
3 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by on February 25, 2010
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ANSWER by on April 13, 2010
is there a picture or diagram of where the resistor is located. I know it's behind the glovebox, so i can replace it myself. thank you and have a nice day!
COMMENT by on January 03, 2011
Take out the glove box and right in the middle is the resistor....there are two sets of wires clipped in to unplug those**make sure to take the negative cable off your battery first** then unplug...unscrew two screws that hold in the resistor.
ANSWER by on June 13, 2010
get in passenger seat and look under dash on the blower motor and there it is it has to sets of wires going to it and twoscrews in it
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