So recently my resistor for my blower motor keeps blowing out. Initially I replaced the old one and put a new one in, and it didn’t blow but the pig tail melted. So I did some research and found out it might be the blower motor pulling to many amps, so I replaced the blower motor itself with one I pulled from a scrap yard, spliced in a new pig tail and put the new resistor that came with it in and now the resistor is smoking on the lowest fan setting.
Would anyone know what’s happening? Seems like for some reason the amps flowing through are still way to high, but have replaced basically every component other than the entire HVAC harness behind the dash.
Any input would be greatly appreciated.