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Old 02-23-2010, 07:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Blower Motor and Motor Resistor

The blower motor in my a\c unit seized up recently and burnt out the resistor. The place that looked at my car wanted too much to fix it. I found the parts cheap but Im trying to figure out where they are in my car. I cant find a diagram online anywhere to help before I start trying where I think they are. Could someone point me in the right direction as to where to find them in my car? Im pretty sure they are somewhere behind the glove box right?

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Please select a corresponding number from the illustration below to view the details of that part.

1) Blower assy 2) Upper case 3) Lower case
4) Plate 5) Door 6) Lever Main
7) Lever Door 8) Blower motor 9) Resistor
10) Relay 11) Harness

Description Year Your Price $144.58
Blower motor - 2001-02
2002 Suzuki Xl-7



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Im pretty sure they are somewhere behind the glove box right?
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This help?

Please select a corresponding number from the illustration below to view the details of that part.

1) Blower assy 2) Upper case 3) Lower case
4) Plate 5) Door 6) Lever Main
7) Lever Door 8) Blower motor 9) Resistor
10) Relay 11) Harness

Description Year Your Price $144.58
Blower motor - 2001-02
2002 Suzuki Xl-7



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Behind/under glove box. You have to remove the access panel.
You will also need to remove the ECM and set it aside. There is one screw at the very back of the blower motor that sucks to remove. I normally don't put it back in as the other screws are more than enough to hold the motor in place. It doesn't make any noise either.
While you are there I suggest you replace the cabin filter.
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Default Where is the blower relay located?

Max and or Jeff - I know it has been a while since this thread was used, but the part I need to locate is listed on the diagram you posted for the other member. Can you tell me where the blower relay (#10 on diagram) is located? I would appreciate your help.
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