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Hello and thank you for your question,Can you tell me what your working on please, year, make and model ?
Okay thank for that,So you replace the blower motor resistor and it only last a few days , is that correct?
In most cases if replacing the resistor allows the blower to work again and then it blows out shortly afterwards that usually means the blower motor has an excessive amp draw and usually replacing the blower motor as well as install a good working resistor will solve this concern.
Okay then are you sure your just not getting defective resistors. What brand are you using. There really is noting beside a bad resistor or a failing blower motor that can burn the resistor up.
I would consider replacing it once more and go with an OE Delco resistor.
Providing you new blower is okay which it should be then I would go with the OE resistor.