Chevrolet car, truck, or SUV owners have become used to a certain level of dependability when driving their Impala around town. Your Chevrolet dealership isn't the only place to find genuine or original equipment quality repair parts to fix your Impala. The vehicle in your driveway is head and shoulders above the rest compared to all the other cars, trucks, and SUVs in today's marketplace. Make no mistake, you didn't buy your Impala unless you wanted to buy performance and American style both rolled up into one car, truck, or SUV.
Multi-speed climate control has been around for decades, and is a convenience we all take for granted. A heater blower resistor gives you the ability to control the level, volume, and speed of the heat and A/C that comes from the vents. Because it is connected directly to the heater switch, your Chevrolet Impala blower motor resistor adds varying amounts of resistance to the circuit that controls the blower motor. When the Chevrolet Impala heater switch is set to "Max", there is less resistance in the circuit so more amps go to the blower. And when you switch to low, the heater blower motor resistor raises resistance so that less amperage reaches the blower motor.
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Vehicle Install Locations: Front
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).