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    Posted: 04-September-2019 at 9:03AM
So, my fan only works on high for a few minutes and shuts down. If I shut it off and let it cool down for a few minutes, it does the same thing when I turn it back on. This leads me to believe that I need a new blower motor resistor. It seems that this particular part is not easy to come by these days. So, I figured I'd ask and see if any of the parts collectors on the forum might have a good one kicking around that they'd be willing to part with. I did see the thread about modifying a late 80's GM truck resistor to work, but I'd rather keep it original if at all possible.
I'll take a classic car over modern junk any day.
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Oh, it's a 72 Gran Torino 351 w/ac. But I'm pretty sure they're all the same.
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Well, shucks. It was worth a try
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Give the guys a minute, they're all looking through their warehouses...LOL
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 i'll look i should have one...
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May also be the blower motor.
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