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post #1 of 9 Old 05-20-2013, 09:35 AM Thread Starter
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where to find the connector for air intake assembly

I broke my connector yesterday for the air intake assembly. Any one know where to find one. Advance auto could not locate it in any catalog. Below is a picture of where it goes above the box with the heater core and blower motor. It is brown (and I am pretty sure my wife threw it away)

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I knew it stood for just empty every pocket. What I did not know was how many times I was going to do it? COLORADO JEEP CLUB MEMBER 1269
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Why not just use terminal ends, in place of the plug?
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Because I am a idiot that is why. Did not even think about that. Thank you.

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Because I am a idiot that is why. Did not even think about that. Thank you.
Lol.... No prob!

I do the same thing. Mind jumps to the worst possibility when it's usually something simple.

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post #5 of 9 Old 05-20-2013, 12:15 PM
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^^^Sadly, this is most certainly true!^^^

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I wondered this when I took apart the heater box assembly but can someone explain to for my simple mind how the CJ uses this electrical connection? Mine is plugged in but I just can't figure out what the point of it is or what it measures.

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It is the blower motor speed resistor. They put it in the duct to keep it cool.

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