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Old 05-30-2009, 16:27   #1 (permalink)
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Where is the blower motor resistor on 99 eddie bauer

I have the 99 eddie bauer expedition and I have searched evrywhere trying to find some information about the blower motor resistor. My air used to come on and then would just go off and sometimes would only run on low and now it doesn't want to come on at all. I am pretty sure that it is the blower motor resistor but the only one I find doesn;t look anything like the one that most auto parts show which is the litthe plug that I see on here. Mine is more like a module and i am actually hoping that it isn't waht I need because ity is about $140.00 and the relay that everybody says you can see when you pull out the glove box cost about $18.00 and I don't think the eddie bauer hAS that one. iF i AM WRONG OR IF YOU HAVE ANY PICTURES OR ANY ADVICE PLEASE LET ME KNOW. tHANKS. Also the one that I am talking about it plugs into the blower motor via a jumper. Thanks.
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