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How do you replace the blower motor resistor in a 1998 Oldsmobile Intrigue?

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2006-07-25 18:37:35
2006-07-25 18:37:35

On the passenger side under the dashboard, first remove the fire panel and unclip the light. The resistor is towards the far back in the center. There are some screws that are kinda hard to get to, but it is possible. Unclip the wires on the old resistor and remove the screws and remove the resistor. Then place the new resistor where the old one was removed from and replace the screws, attach the wires. Now re-attach the light to the fire panel and replace the panel.

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