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Hi Im David and will be assisting you. if you already replaced the resistor, then have you checked the fuse for the blower motor?
theres a fusible link in the system.........left front inner fender, so please check it.
here is a print to help
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oh really? hmmm ok, lets get er wired right. gimme a few to figure it out
can you see any traces of the bypass wiring? if you can take a pic of that area.
ok. ill look at the print ....
havent forgot about you........
having trouble finding a print for the control panel... stick with me..ill find it
tell me which wires are spliced together from this print
do you still need assistance???
Hello and welcome to just answer and allowing me to assist you. if the blower motor runs on high then the circuit is good until the controls or resistor. Te controller just directs the power through the resister , knowing these cars and the age I would almost guarantee you have a resistor problem. They are located under the dash beside the blower motor. Hope this helps you. I you need further assistance I' be happy do so.
I would locate the blower resistor first and check it, that's what usually causes that. right close to the blower motor
they are close to the blower motor or on the heater box , here is a pic of what your looking for.
aw then this one must be yours, production date change. hard to tell not actually being there