Obviously, you didn't buy your Century unless you understood you would be getting efficiency and American style both rolled up into one car, truck, or SUV. Your Buick dealership isn't the only place to locate genuine or original equipment quality repair parts to fix your Century. When your Buick Century rolled off the assembly line, it was destined for a person with discerning taste who prioritizes economical pricing in their automobile. Anyone who operates a Buick knows that when it comes to repairing their vehicle only the most superior replacement parts will do.
One of the modern conveniences we have grown accustomed to is the ability to vary the speeds of your HVAC blower.. The small device that allows your heater to project air at different speeds is your heater blower resistor. Because it is connected directly to the heater switch, your Buick Century blower motor resistor modulates the resistance applied to the circuit that handles the load of the blower motor. When the Buick Century heater switch is set to "Max", there is less resistance in the circuit so more amps go to the blower. Conversely, at the lowest blower setting the circuit is running high resistance so fewer amps go to the blower motor.
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Resistor includes pigtail adapter to attach this new-style 5-pin resistor to older 3-pin vehicle connector. Installation in certain vehicles will require this wiring adapter and reuse of original 2-pin blower motor connector (minor splicing is required).