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Old 09-05-2012, 10:27 PM   #1
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A/C Resistor Pack Location

Well picked me up a resistor pack today as my 3 speed hasn't worked for a while and actually would find it very useful.

$22 at the dealer and not too bad considering what I am fixing.

So the parts department prints me off this diagram...I cannot make heads or tails of where this thing is in the engine compartment. It appears as though all the lines are running underneath the battery and such but before I rip this thing apart I want to make sure I do not remove anything unecessarily.

Can anybody chime in as to where this resistor pack goes? Its the 19A706 part number pictured.

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