1990 Chevy Cavalier Blower Motor Resistor
When your Cavalier vents are stuck at max or won't turn on at all, you need to test your blower motor and the blow motor resistor. During hot summer days or cold winters you need your climate control to work properly so that you and your passengers are as comfortable as possible.
The blower motor resistor is basically a power converter, and as you adjust your blower speed this unit regulates the voltage to your blower motor. This controls the speed and rate in which your air vents operate at, and without it your air conditioning may not work or it may be stuck at maximum power.
If you find your Chevy air vents or climate control not working properly, you can test it using our handy How To Guide. This Chevy Cavalier blower motor DIY tutorial helps you test the resistor for function and test the internal resistance of the unit. In order to test your Cavalier air vents, you will need to use a digital multimeter to measure the resistance and to test this part.
Over time this resistor unit can become damaged or burned out. Testing this component is easy when you visit our How To online community at My Pro Street. We can show you how to test this part and restore your Cavalier blower motor speed and climate controls.
When this blower motor resistor goes bad, some of the common Cavalier issues will include your blower not running at all or not working at certain speeds. Our testing guide walks you through the pin combinations to see what is the true culprit.
All of our replacement blower motor resistors are brand new and designed to restore your Chevy blower motor operation. These parts are tested and designed to meet or exceed OE specifications in form, fit and function.
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