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Where is and how do I replace a heater blower motor resistor?

(2005 Nissan Armada)
in Mableton, GA on October 05, 2010
I dont have a diagnostic code I dont think I would get one. My AC Unit in my truck operates only at the highest setting I read from this website ad it informed me that my Heater blower motor resistor was bad. Please inform me on where it is located and how to replace it. Thanks
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on October 06, 2010
The Resistor is behind the glove box on the blower motor
on October 06, 2010
Another question "Will this part be the reason my A/C / Heater blower only works on the highest setting?" Thanks by the way!
on November 18, 2010
yes but good luck finding it I have a 2006 titan and have not found mine after looking for 3 days. everyone says it is behind the glove box but i have not found it
on January 22, 2011
I'VE FOUND IT.....ITS BEHIND THE GLOVE BOX TO THE LEFT BUT YOU DONT HAVE TO REMOVE ANYTHING BUT THE RESISTER. SWEET!!!!
on October 04, 2012
Can you send a pic of the resistor or post it? I'm having a hell of a time over here.. :/
on March 27, 2013
If anyone can please upload a picture of where the blower motor resistor is on a 2005 Nissan Armada--None of the diagrams I've seen online match up to what I see when I remove my glove box. I know where the variable blower control module is (right above passenger feet area, by the blower motor). I already have the new blower motor resistor, but can't find it after 4 days or so of searching.
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