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  1. Gen1 Audio, Electronics & Electrical
    So I'm a noob with wiring but I'm going to be installing LED turn signals front and rear on my 2014. With the front signals they're also park lights so I'm assuming it will have 3 wires; ground, park light and turn signal. I should be splicing into the turn signal wire, obviously, but does...
  2. Gen1 Service Issues
    Hi everyone, I'm having an issue installing a blower motor resistor to my 2013 Cruze LT. I've removed the panel under the passenger side dash and can see the blower motor. My problem is I can't tell where the blower motor resistor is at. Does anyone know of an instructional video that details...
  3. 👋 CruzeTalk New Member Introductions
    Hello Cruzeowners I'm trying to find the location of the blower motor resistor for my 2011 Chevrolet Cruze I know where the blower motor is located but I'm trying to find out the location of the resistor thank you.
  4. General Discussion
    Dear All, I was busy finding out the real problem at last i got that cooling fan dropping resistor link ( i don't know what is this) please refer to the attachment there is small link beside resistor which is showing to resistance or continuity. Please let me know how to fix it, i don't want to...
  5. Gen1 1.4L Turbo
    One of my spark plug resistors got corroded and needs replacing. Anyone know the part number for the spring and/or resistor, or if it's even possible to buy them separate from the ignition coil? Another possible avenue, if anyone knows the name of the package type for the wire wound resistors...
  6. Gen1 Engine/Transmission Tutorials
    There is a thread discussing the removal/replacement of the spark plug resistors here: In a nutshell, removing the resistors from the spark plug circuit should increase the amount of spark voltage available to fire the plug...
  7. Gen1 Appearance, Body, Detailing, & Interior
    I thought I saw on a post somewhere a resistor that plugged into the headlight plug, and then the other end you plug the LED bulb into. This way there was no need to use a quick splice. Is there such a product or am I imagining things again?
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