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1-Open the glove box and empty out its contents. Firmly press in on the sides of the glove box to disconnect the top portion from the tracks, allowing it to extend beyond its normal range of motion. Allow the glove box to fall towards the floor, exposing the mechanics behind the dash.
2-Unplug the wire harness connector on the blower motor, which is in a plastic case connected to the heater housing. Look at the replacement part for reference. With a screwdriver, remove the three screws holding the blower motor to the heater housing. Pull the motor out through the glove box area
I have had to replace my blower motor relay on my 2003 Dodge Caravan twice. I think the blower resistor is is under the hood on the firewall. But, the relay module is on the inside on the passenager side. Open the glove box. Then pull the hinge tabs so that the glove box door drops all of th eway down. Look into the opening and you will see the relay. The part was about $12 at Autozone and can be replaced in about 5 minutes. My blower motor would only work on high both times. Quick, simple, easy and inexpensive repair. Once you see the module, you will be amazed at how easy this repair is. The hardest part is finding it behind your glove box.
You should have an access right under and behind your glove box. If you get down and look under your dash just behind the glove box there should be a round plastic cover protruding from under the dash. If you remove the screws and take that off your blower will be right there. Should be pretty easy. I say should because I have experience with a same year durango but not a dakota. Figure their probably about the same. I hope it turns out that easy for you. Good luck.
the blower motor is located in behind the glove box. lower the glove box door and look inside. to remove the blower motor you will have to remove the glove box door and the lower half or the instrument panel to gain access to the heating/air conditioning unit.
It's simple!...Open glove box door...youll see a plastic shell that is the glove box rear portion. You should find 4, 9/32nds or 7mm (same thing just SAE or Metric) screw heads. Undo four screws and with a flat blade screw driver, gently pry out on shell at either side to clear the door straps. Once clear, just work out of resting place, set aside. You will now see like 5 relays mounted on top of the air handler. Remove bracket that holds four of them + one that is mounted alone. Pull out of the way. Checking both inside and outside, remove all screws, bolts, nuts as it were, until it is obvious there are none left. Now, this is assuming this is where your problem lies! If you are simply having a blower problem, it might be the blower module mounted right beneath and just behind relays on top of air handling box. Just take your time so you dont break anything. Good luck...theroad......
there is a small cover on pass side of dash below glove box..remove this and you will see blower motor..remove screws from motor..a couple are little hard to get at..a motor costs about 80bucks..if you're not sure you can do it,consult a mechanic
most likely its the blower motor resister and is located behind the glove box. there are a few philips head screws you will need to remove inside the glove box and under the glove box to get the glove box out after that it should be a walk in the park
The Blower Resister is located on the passenger side. You will need to remove the silencer pad below the glove box, not behind but below the glove box. The resister is located on the bottom of the A/C Housing next to the blower motor. If you get the resister from the Dealership you will need to make the hole larger that the resister fits into because it has been redesigned and is to large for the whole. Also you will want to replace the blower motor also because the resistance build up inside the motor is what damages the resister.
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