Photos courtesy of Yahoo Japan This shows the left hand side with the heater core inlet/ outlet. R.H. side of picture is the top when installed in truck/ van This shows the right hand side with the blower motor & resistor. Note: Defrost duct is removed in this picture - see picture below. L.H. side of picture is the top when installed in truck/ van Close up of the Blower Motor Resistor - it has the cut off plug still in the resistor Subaru OEM Part # 72024TA002 [Blower Motor Resistor] This shows the defrost duct that is in your way when trying to replace the resistor Untested method for replacing the Blower Motor Resistor in the beloved Sambar: Remove bezel from speedometor, remove speedometor [needs to have two wiring plugs & speedo cable removed from back] Remove defrostor duct if possible - has screw holding it on at top and possible screw or zap strap holding it in at bottom Working from the hole where the speedo used to be you should now have room to see and work on the blower motor resistor. Uplug resistor wiring harness and remove two screws. Replace with new unit and reverse above. If the above does not work the only other choice is to remove the entire dash panel to access the blower motor resistor. This would include: speedo, glove box, speakers, radio, etc coming out first. Untested Part # & Picture This is the picture of a blower motor resistor from a 95~98 Nissan 240SX. This appears to be very similar to the one used in the Sambar. Part #'s: Standard Motor Products # RU216/ Four Seasons # 20131/ Airtex # 3A1162/ AC Delco # E1132 It is unknown at this time if this will work in the Sambar or not. ***Proceed at your own risk**** I will edit this as time goes by when I finish doing my own unit or others input feedback to me.