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Fan motor on 2000 Caravan works only on high.

Will you please e-mail me at Olbuzz0520@aol.com with the location of the resistor and how to identify said resistor. I'm not exactly sure where to find the answer to my question if I return to this site. It would be easier just to go to my e-mail. Thanks in advance for any help.

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  • keebz68 Oct 23, 2008

    My Blower Motor only works on high. I also only get warm air for a short time then it will go cold. i am very confused about these problem. the problem with the bower motor happened after i changed my alternator after. it worked fine before the swap.

  • fancynance6 Oct 25, 2008

    my 2000 dodge caravans heater fan was working fine then all at once it stopped. i turned the fan on high and it works, but only on high. what is wrong with it. i get plenty of heat on high but other speeds will not work. reply to fancynance6@msn.com PLEASE

  • andisfar Nov 06, 2008

    My heater fan only works on high, AC won't turn on.

  • dhsmith32 Apr 26, 2009

    Fan operates only on high

  • ksk08840 May 20, 2009

    We have the same problem, where our AC/Heat Fan control was only working on High. Then it finally stopped working altogether, so bought a replacement (used) Heater Control unit (via eBay) and installed it yesterday.



    It once again works only on High, so I am going to try and replace the resistor everyone is talking about, hoping it will work on the other settings as well.



    Thanks for your help.

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For the problem of the blower motor only working on high, I just replaced my blower motor resistor. It is located under the hood on the firewall on the passenger side. There is a rectangular plug that connects to it. Remove the plug (tight space). The resistor can be pryed out. It is just held in with retaining clips. Insert the new part (about $15) and reconnect the plug.

Took about 20 minutes. Blower now works on all speeds as normal.

Good Luck!

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