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Changing blower motor resistor

(2003 Pontiac Grand Prix)
in Medford, MA on August 08, 2009
I was told changing the blower motor resistor was easy, so I bought the part to fix it myself. I wanted to make sure I get this right; how do I get to the blower motor to change the resistor?
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on April 12, 2010
it is behind your blower motor. take the blower motor out and it is against the fire wall.
on August 08, 2009
The blower resistor is not a part of the blower motor. Buy the blower resistor and view the connector side & you will see it next to the blower motor. Under the glove box.
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