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1999-2003 Acura TL Heater Blower Motor Subwire Wiring Harness and Plug

04321-S0K-A00-K33

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1999-2003 Acura TL Heater Blower Motor Subwire. Comes with plug and wires for easy installation.

The Original Problem
Do you have a melted transistor plug on your 99-03 TL? Direct cause for no heat or A/C. If you do this is the easy fix
The original Wires installed in these vehicles had a major problem. The Plug Melts Causing Blower Failure. Its not just your vehicle every TL manufactured in these years has the same problem.

This is not hard to do yourself. Most customers are reporting having this wire replaced within about 30 minutes. It's basically just plugging and unplugging. You can do it yourself and save do not pay a mechanic to do this for you.


Our Solution
We are selling a Genuine Replacement part that will not have the same problem again.
The new part includes any factory authorized updates by engineers at the same company who built your car.
Product Features:
Comes sealed in Genuine Manufacturers Packaging.
Factory Fresh. No old or used stock.
Includes the best warranty available at no extra charge.
This is the exact same part sold at your local new car dealership.
Newest Most Up to date Version.
Other Information:
Includes installation instructions? No
What is Included? Unless otherwise specified, what is shown in the product photos is exactly what you will receive.
Includes Warranty? Yes
Includes attaching hardware? No (you can re-use your original hardware). (If Applicable).



REPAIR PROCEDURE

1. Remove the glove box and cover:
2. Disconnect the brown 7P connector (C202) from
the main harness. Remove the YEL/BLK wire
terminal from cavity 3 of connector C202. Cut off
the terminal, and tape the remaining end of the wire
to the harness.
BLUE/RED WIRE
(Cut off the terminal
and tape the end down.)
POWER
TRANSISTOR
YEL/BLK WIRE
(Cut off the terminal
and tape the end down.)
BLOWER MOTOR
CONNECTOR
(Disconnect,
cut off, and tape
down the
remaining wire.)
3. Disconnect the 2P blower motor connector, cut off
the connector, and tape the remaining ends of the
wires to the pigtail. Then tape the pigtail to the main
harness.
4. Disconnect the white 5P connector from the power
transistor. Remove the BLU/RED wire terminal
from cavity 4 of the power transistor connector. Cut
off the terminal, and tape the remaining end of the
wire to the harness.
5. Take the subharness, and insert the YEL/BLK wire
terminal into cavity 3 of connector C202 and insert
the BLU/RED wire terminal into cavity 4 of the
power transistor connector. Tape both wires to the
existing harness. Route the harness so there is no
tension on the blower motor connector.
6. Reconnect connector C202 and the power
transistor connector, then connect the 2P
connector on the new subharness to the blower
motor.
7. Verify the blower motor operates properly at all
speeds.
8. Reinstall the glove box and cover.
Ships From: Texas, USA.
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