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Autotecnica Blower Motor Resistor GM0613203Shop All Autotecnica
Part # GM0613203
SKU # 1036912
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Blower Motor Resistor
Autotecnica offers high-quality aftermarket parts for a wide variety of Asian and North American passenger cars and trucks, include braking, cooling, driveline, electrical, engine, fuel, HVAC, steering, and suspension categories. Manufactured in strict accordance with ISO/TS 16949 QMS specifications and covered by an impressive two-year, unlimited mileage warranty, Autotecnica is the smart choice. Whether you're a DIY enthusiast or professional technician in need of replacement parts that meet OEM specifications, Autotecnica is an excellent alternative to expensive “Genuine” components.
- Guaranteed fitment
- Instantly restores full heating and air conditioning blower speed control and performance
- Direct-fit OE replacement design for easy plug-and-play installation
- Manufactured using high-quality materials to withstand internal vent condensation that can corrode other blower motor resistors
- Modern circuitry resists overheating and burnout for long-term reliability
- Factory tested for proper performance
- 24 Month Unlimited Mileage Warranty
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