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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-04-2012 Thread Starter
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Still no air with replaced blower motor resistor!

So my ac stopped blowing on 1,2,3 but 4 remains working. I read all over that it was the resistor, so ok easy fix, i went through two of them in the past two days, each time after running the car for about an hour or more i smell a burning smell, so leads me to believe it's not the resistor, but what else could it be? Keep in mind, when i install the new resistor each time, the ac blows fine, but till that hour passes, back to no air. I read that you can test the blower motor by a 12v or volt meter, but i dont have either to check, and i dont want to use my existing battery to do so. PLEASE HELP!

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-05-2012
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I have the same problem on my '07 GT. Any help would be nice.


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btw, yea mine is a 2006 gt
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heres what the plug for the resistor shows, from first look i didnt think it looked bad, but what's your opinion? autozone doesnt sell these either, best bet is online?
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Maybe the AC itself has a Problem, when it pulls too much power, it could fry out the resistors, as they try to transfer electricity to Heat:?:
The connector looks fine, i would spray some electrical contact spray in it just to be sure.

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how would i begin to test that?
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