My blower motor is not working why?

Tiny
BILL TROUTT
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Thanks for clarifing the resistor issue. The wiring diagrams and tech info are so small I can't read them, can you post them larger?
Being I am not a tech, in simple terms, can you tell me where the resistor is located and how to get to it?
Thanks
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Tuesday, May 25th, 2021 AT 11:45 AM (Merged)
Tiny
SATURNTECH9
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Ok to replace the resistor you will start with removing the ip sound insulator if equiped by removing the bolts and pulling downwards. Then you will unplug the blower motor and the blower motor resistor. Then you will remove the blower motor resistor screws. Then you will remove the resistor.I cant really blow up the stuff I posted without distorting it or losing some of the information. If you give me your email I can email it to you so you print it and blow it up on your computer.I will also include the picture of the ip insulator with the bolts locations.
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Tuesday, May 25th, 2021 AT 11:45 AM (Merged)
Tiny
BILL TROUTT
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Thank you so much.I really appericate your help.
My address is riketroutt@yahoo. Com
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MIKEH
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I'm have the same problem but I have tested the wires at the fan and i'm getting power there. I have a 2006 chevy truck dual control auto temp. One thing I noticed there is a small purple wire coming into resestor and it has no power to it. Can you help me please
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