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How do you replace the resistor for the heater blower on a 1999 Ford Contour?

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2006-06-23 10:55:29
2006-06-23 10:55:29

I assume you mean the variable speed control on the dash. Pull the stereo , you'll need a small torx head screw driver to remove one screw on the bottom of the old switch, slightly twist and remove. Switch wiring , insert new switch with a small twist, good luck installing the screw. ps. to remove the know on the switch, pry from the bottom, that releases the catch that holds the know onto the switch

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