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How do I replace the blower motor resistor on rendezvous

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How do I replace the blower motor resistor on rendezvous

Hello I will help you with your question,




  1. Remove the right side instrument panel insulator.



  • Disconnect the blower motor electrical connector.
  • Remove the blower motor mounting screws.
  • Remove the blower motor from the HVAC module assembly




    1. Disconnect the electrical connector from the blower motor resistor assembly. IMPORTANT: Only loosen both of the forward blower resistor assembly mounting screws. The blower motor resistor assembly mounting holes are slotted.
    2. Loosen the forward blower resistor assembly mounting screws.
    3. Remove the rearward blower resistor assembly mounting screw.



  • Remove the blower motor resistor assembly from the HVAC module assembly.


    Let me know if you have questions


    Thank you



    George H. and 2 other Buick Specialists are ready to help you
    Customer: replied 8 years ago.
    How can I get to the linked pics, please? I need help regarding blower motor assembly and dismantling but can't get to the pics.

    The only pic that is not shown is this one




    This is pretty straightforward, remove the underdash panel (a couple of screws), remove the three blower screws and connector, remove the two resistor screws (you only loosen the resistor screws) and connector, remove resistor.


    Once you get under there you will see it is not much trouble to do this


    Let me know if you have further questions