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Vehicle: '1968 CHEVY CAMARO Z28'
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Camaro Heater Blower Motor Resistor Assembly, For Cars Without Air Conditioning, 1967-1981 Part # HC-27
Premium Quality Blower Motor Resistor Replaces Original Exactly For 1967-1981 Camaros Without Air Conditioning Located On Top Of Under Dash Heater Box   Having trouble getting hot air out of your Chevrolet Camaro’s heater system on anything other than a high speed? The problem is most likely your blower motor resistor! This little fiberglass board uses a series of progressive resistors to regulate the motor’s speed throughout the switch range. The highest speed of the heater blower motor is not controlled by the resistor. Because of this, when the resistor fails, the fan will often work on the highest speed setting and not any lower speed. You shouldn’t have to settle for getting just one speed. Rick’s Camaros understands that sometimes, just a little heat is all that you need. Trust Rick’s Camaros to not only to get your 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980 or 1981 Camaro running right, but also making it an enjoyable place to be. Learn More

Was: $24.99 ea.

Now: $21.99 ea.
Camaro Heater Control Panel Switch, Blower Motor Fan Speed, For Cars Without Air Conditioning, 1967-1968 Part # SW-41
Premium Quality Switch Replaces Original Exactly Fits 1967-1968 Camaros   It's Murphy’s Law…you hop into your prized Chevrolet Camaro on a freezing day, or if you have AC, a super hot day, and fire it up. You adjust the cabin temperature and…nothing happens. You slap your dash and frustration takes over. It could be your blower motor, or the wiring, but most likely it’s the blower motor switch. This little electro-mechanical device allows an air current to flow to the blower motor to warm or cool your interior and defrost your windows. Over time, the contacts wear and your Camaro switch begins to fail. Rick’s Camaros is here to help, and replacement can be done with a minimal mechanical knowledge, some simple tools, and just a little time. Remember to check your Camaro's service shop manual before attempting to replace any electrical device. Rick’s Camaros is here to help when Murphy strikes your 1967 or 1968 Camaro again. Learn More
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