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Old 05-03-2009
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What is it?

I was just curious about what this thing is. It is bolted into the evaporator
box.

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heater coils of some sort...
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Its the resistor block for the a/c, I think it controls the fan speed for your a/c.

some info on it here.

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Thanks, I was taking the blower motor out to clean the box and just decided to see what else was in there. Now I know what to look for when my different speeds quit workin.
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The small round component under the right coil in the pic is a thermal fuse.
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