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Old March 6th, 2018, 12:21 AM
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Do you know where i can get a colored wiring diagram for the blower speed control for my 03 Montana ? Mine works on all speeds but #4. Replaced the resistor , dash controls and blower.
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Hi ! The high speed fan relay is located in the resistor block (see picture + connection diagram of the resistor block)

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Old March 8th, 2018, 11:05 AM
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thank you Sergei, how is the winter going for you in Moscow?
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Hi melsg5 ! In Moscow the winter is waning. This year, in Moscow, there is a lot of snow. You also have a lot of snow. For Moscow, a lot of snow - this is normal. But in New York such a snowfall is a big rarity. We look forward to spring. I wish you good weather.
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Hi ! The high speed fan relay is located in the resistor block (see picture + connection diagram of the resistor block)

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