under the glovebox assembly to the left. its is best to remove the complete glovebox assemlby and the panel under the glovebox, then look to your left by the kick panel and you will see part of the heater box, there will be a stepper motor there for your fresh air flap, remove the stepper motor by the two t20 torx screws, be careful not to damage anything, let it hang aside, you will then have access to the blower resistor, ( or final stage is the proper term) you will see the back of it with the connector, it may or may not have torx screws holding it in the heater box, remove and replace, reassembly car, good luck.
The blower motor resistor is located on the passenger side under the glove box. Left side. there is a cover on the blower motor. remve the cover, this is the resistor. there is an electrical plug there.
Inside dashboard in path of air that blower motor blows.
The blower resistor on a 1999 Chevy truck Z1500 is located behind the glove compartment. There is also a resistor on the firewall next to the blower motor itself.
open glow box and take out computor and it is there on the side of blower motor
there is a resistor that controls the speed and should be near the blower motor its called blower motor resistor
Its located next to the blower motor housing and its called a power unit.....
On the evaporator case.
Blower motor: remove the glove box and you will see the blower motor and blower resistor.
The blower motor is located in the same area as the resistor, it's held in with 3 screws. Removing them will allow the motor and wheel to drop down.
If you are referring to the blower motor resistor, it is located behind the glove box and in the heater case.
On the blower housing. Remove the glove box to gain access.
the blower switch itself is located in the instrument panel. it adjust the speed of the blower. the blower resistor, if that is what you are looking for,is located beside the blower motor under the pass. side of the dash
Yes, located in the blower motor resistor pack. Follow the wires backward from the blower motor to find it.
The resistor is bolted into the evaporator case near the blower motor. It is accessed under the passenger side dashboard. The trim/carpet along the transmission needs to be removed. You can then unplug the connector and remove/replace the resistor.
99 TRNS PORT BLOWER RESISTOROn my 98 it is under the dash on the passenger side, you have to remove the glove box, and the blower motor it is behind the blower motor with 3 crew holding it in
Attached to the blower motor under the passenger dash
Held in by two screws in a housing just to the left of the blower motor housing.
I believe that it is under the dash on the pasenger side up towards the fan motor
it is underneith the passanger dash above the black panel under the dash behind the blower motor
replace blower motor resistor. It is under the passenger side foot well.
There is really no method to "check" the resistor, text by substitution.
Blown blower motor fuse? Bad blower motor or resistor? Check to see if you are getting power to motor - if so motor is bad if not check fuse and/or resistor Bad switch?
You'll find the heater blower motor resistor in the heater/air conditioner compartment. This compartment is location underneath the dashboard. This is the part that allows the heater blower motor to change the fan's speed.
In the 1999 Trooper the relay is sbove the inside fuses. It is above the fuse door, so that the whole panel by bottom of the driver door must be pulled. Don't know if that helps for 1990. Note: My fuse, relay and motor are good, but no power to motor. added 1/22/2008 The blower motor resistor is located on the housing located on the firewall. This housing is were the blower motor is.
From what I have read online, it should be near the actual blower motor under the dash. They say it is easy to replace, but hard to get to. I plan on replacing mine as soon as I get paid.It is behind the blower motor...How_do_you_replace_the_resistor_on_the_blower_motor_of_a_2002_Buick_Century_The_fan_works_are_on_higher_speeds_only_Does_not_work_on_low_speeds