The Blower Resistor is on the Passenger side of the car. Look under the glovebox to the right. There is a cap for the blower held on by 3(?) Screws. Pull this off. You will see wires going to the Resistor. Two screws hold in the blower resistor. See picture here. its #6 http://www.kiausaparts.com/catalog/results.asp?section=6150A&uid=610413&formname=sectionform
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on my 99 Sephia the Blower is located under the dash on the passenger side.
Sitting in the passenger seat remove the glove box on top you will see two screw and a wire clip harness your resistor will be there. Make sure that when working on any electrical disconnect your battery.
Look under your glove box and locate the wiring coming out of of the blower motor. This wiring connects to more wiring coming out of the heater/ac ducting behind the glove box. That connecting wiring comes from the blower motor resistor. It is held in place by two screws, one on each side. Remove those screws and the resistor will slide out.
If you look under the car, passenger's side, it should be right there up under the engine, or at least that is where it is on a 1998 KIA sephia.
behind/under the glove box
Blown fuse, defective blower motor, or defective blower motor resistor pack.
Kia Sephia was created in 1994.