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Where is the heater blower resister located on a 2004 bonneville gxp

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    Tested the blower it was fine , just replaced in October, checked all fuses, the one under the seat was blown. Replaced it and it immediately blew again, key wasn't even ignition. Friendly mechanic told us it was the resistor/module.. yes it's auto air..

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Why ? Does the blower work on high ? but no other speeds ! If it doesn't come on at any speed it's not the resistor . Does the vehicle have automatic climate control or manual ? Automatic doesn't have resistor , has a blower motor control processor . HVAC Blower Motor Circuit You need to test , not guess !

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resistor block is on the heater box usually about even with the mirror...may be hard to see with manifold in the way.

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The blower resistor is under the hood on the passenger side right on top the a/c box that is bolted
to the firewall.

Posted on Feb 01, 2010

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You replaced the blower control module or the blower control panel on the dash? This has automatic temp control right?

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There may be a couple wires to unplug from this panel.
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