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Where is the location of the heater blower resistor in a 99 Chrysler intrepid?


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2005-09-24 20:59:15
2005-09-24 20:59:15

for symptom: fan works on high speed but not on 1 or more of the other speeds. The Resistor block is under dash under the glove box, way back where the carpet ends and to get to it you have to pull the heating duct off, its held in by a push in plastic pin on the right side and is not hard to remove or reinstall. Once you get the duct out, look for 2 cables that go up into a white small connector block. The connector block is the actual resistor assembly. you have to squeeze a certain way on each of the cables to unsnap and remove them from the resistor block. once this is done, there are 2 screws VERY hard to get out due to low clearance. I used a 1/4 inch socket and I think either a 8 mm or 5/16 socket and had to help the screws out by holding them with 1 finger while turning the socket wrenc which i wedged onto the screw so the carpet kept pressure on the screw. once the 2 screws are out, you can let the resistor assembly come out and replace it. typically a diode or resistor coil is bad so its easier to just replace the assembly. I would estimate the part is worth 20 bucks or so and you have to get it at a dealer or at a junk yard. I have mine out but havent gone to buy the new one.

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