Chevy Venture
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Where do you find the 01 Chevy Venture blower fan resistors for the low settings and how do you replace them?

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2007-06-13 17:57:53
2007-06-13 17:57:53

The resistor pack is mounted right next to the blower motor.

You have to remove the insulator panel from the passenger side floor board area to get to the blower motor and the resistor pack. Once you have that off, the resistors and blower motor are near the firewall, and can be removed by taking out the screws that hold them in place. I believe there are 3 or 4 screws that hold the motor and 2 screws for the resistor pack.

There should be a "Related Link" at the left of this answer that will give you more details about the system and how it works.

Take Care,

Greg

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