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I have a 91 supercoupe where I’m replacing my blower motor resistor. When I pulled it out a few months back the connector wasn’t even there it’s just 5 pig tails hanging out. It only worked on high air speed before I pulled it, just doesn’t work at all now. I couldn’t find any wiring diagrams for it to hook up the new one in. Does anyone know how to wire this up correctly?
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What Blower resistor(controller) are you trying to use exactly? Because that new connector in the first couple pics is not how the factory connector looks at all, and definitely wouldn’t fit the stock controller end.

this is obviously NOT the pinout (I copied the image from the LED headlight thread), but this is the correct style of connector the automatic blower controller module uses. Note the three large and two smaller terminal slots, just like on your factory pigtails.

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Looks like you pulled the wrong connector, dunno what it is. This is the resistor and connector that fits my '89.

 

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Looks like you pulled the wrong connector, dunno what it is. This is the resistor and connector that fits my '89.

that's for manual climate control, the OP’s is automatic, which doesn’t use a traditional coil style resistor
 

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Thank y’all for the responses but I got it figured out someone had been in it before and I hadn’t noticed but they put where which wires were suppose to go. I got it all wired up correctly and now I can adjust the fan speed.

Should’ve clarified blower motor module since it’s the ecc*
 
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