Remove the glove box and look way back under the air boxAnswer:Just had to look for mine today... the heater blower is under the passenger side of the dash under the glove box. You will see two 7mm screws holding the black plastic cover over the heater... remove these two screws and pull down on the cover to reveal the heater blower... in front of the blower and to the left you will see a cable with 5-6 wires plugged into a connector -- that is part of the heater housing. Two screws hold this assembly (heater resistor) to the case. remove the screws...remove the resistor assembly. There is a spring clip that holds the cable connector in. Spring it out a little and the connector will remove easily...
there is also a purple/beige wire assembly that plugs into the heater motor... this one is a little harder. I had to work with a mirror. It also has a clip restraint. This one you press IN to release the the cable will come out... or you can just remove the small circular cover with a 5mm socket...it's much easier than trying to hold a mirror and remove the clip at the same time
This item can be purchased at Advance for less than the dealer price...
Its located on the passengers side behind the glove box right next to the blower motor......
it is behind the right plastic panel in the cargo area
behind the glove box that is where mine is on a 1996 Tahoe
The blower motor resistor pack is accessed from inside the vehicle, not from the engine compartment. Exactly where it is I cannot say. Follow the wires from the blower motor and you will find it.
Its located in the center on top of the a/c heater housing behind the dash and you can see it if you remove the glove box.. Book time for replacement is 1.5 hours...............
I am pretty sure that a 97 and 99 are the same. On a 99 Tahoe the blower motor resistor pack is on top of the air box. Remove the glove compartment door, the blower itself will be on the right side. All the way to the far left on top of the air box there is a plug. Unplug and remove the 2 small screws. With some manipulation the resistor pack will lift out.
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The blower motor resistor is right in the top of the blower box, under the dash. If you remove the glove box you'll have access to the upper portion of the box. On the top, right below the dash, you'll see some wiring connectors and the blower motor relay. remove the bracket and relay and you'll see where the resistor wiring harness connects. there isn't much room back there but you can remove the 2 screws and pull the resistor up out of there. it takes a little work and you may have to bend the wire coils a little but you can get it out without removing the dash - which is what a guy at the parts store told me I would have to do.