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Technical Areas => Electrical Items => Topic started by: SurfCityBird on September 11, 2007, 01:14:13 PM

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Title: 94 Firebird A/C resistor question
Post by: SurfCityBird on September 11, 2007, 01:14:13 PM
Hey,
   I have a 1994 Firebird, with the 3.4L v6, and my a/c only works on the highest setting. From what I understand it runs by sending a charge through one of 4 wires to the blower motor, and it runs. The wire have different resistances, and it thus has different blower speeds. Is it possible to replace the wires and splice a resistor of equal resistance onto the wires, to get the resistance in the wires? Instead of spending $200 to get the wire harness from Pontiac?

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