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Looking for discontinued part

Discussion in 'FAQ' started by Joe Rooney, Jun 9, 2017.

  1. Joe Rooney

    Joe Rooney New Member

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    I have a 2002 GMC Envoy and I am trying to track down where I might find an Electronic Blower Motor Control Module/Resistor. The OEM part # for GM is 52494707 and the AC Delco equivalent is 15-80186. Anyone have any ideas on where I could find this part?
     
  2. Sparky

    Sparky Moderator

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    Automatic or manual climate control?
     
  3. Joe Rooney

    Joe Rooney New Member

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    Automatic
     
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  5. Joe Rooney

    Joe Rooney New Member

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    I saw that one. Don't see the pigtail out to the blower motor though. Probably requires wiring which I suck at.
     
  6. Mooseman

    Mooseman Moderator

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    It does require that you rewire the existing connector. It's pretty straightforward with instructions. It's an improved version.
     
  7. Joe Rooney

    Joe Rooney New Member

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    Does it come with the necessary connectors or would I need to grab some elsewhere?
     
  8. Mooseman

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    It should come with everything except maybe the butt connectors. I would solder instead especially for the high current.
     
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  9. Tiggerr

    Tiggerr Gold Supporter

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    There's only 3 connections it's pretty simple. I just did mine not long ago.
    If your squeamish about soldering... this is a pretty cool alternative I've used with good success when in the road and need to make a repair...

    They have a ring of solder in them...just hit them with a little butane torch and voila...the solder melts and the tube shrinks up...

    You get the good solder connection, with the ease of a butt connector...

    I usually put another shrink tubing over them for good measure....

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01E...36_SY340_QL65&keywords=fotga+soldering+sleeve
     
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