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Have you actually tested any of the fuses or relays for power ? Fuse number 2 is hot from the key switch and powers the blower relay. Fuse number 12 is a 40amp fuse that gets power from the battery and powers the blower motor thru the relay. Are both fuses hot with the key on ?
It is located under the hood in the fuse and relay center. Consult your owners manual for detailed info. If you don't have an owners manual you can get one here from Dodge free. http://www.dodge.com/en/owners/manuals/
Good Evening. Unfortunately it could be the switch, or it could just be the blower motor resistor, which is where i would look for power coming out of to the blower motor first and foremost. I hope this helps your situation, and if you have aany jmore questions please feel free to ask.
#26 40 amp orange fuse ---it is under the hood of vehicle in fuse box. Relay labeled "F" in passenger comp on juction block behind left side of dash is for rear blower motor, front blower motor relay is behind juction box.
if it works only on high speed you need a blower motor resistor you will find it close to the blower motor has three wire to it and looks like a small 1 inch by 3 inch piece of computer board material with two screws holding it.once you get it off you will find that one of the springs has lost contact.
YOU CAN STILL HAVE 12.5VOLTS ON WIRE,BUT ONLY HAVE 2 STRANDS OF WIRE CARRYING IT..WILL NOT CARRY ENOUGH CURRENT TO RUN MOTOR..CHECK WHITE MAIN CONNECTOR UNDER DASH NEAR BRAKE PEDAL..TAKE APART AND LOOK FOR MELTED WIRING..ALSO CHECK WIRING AT IGNITION SWITCH CONNECTOR..THERE WAS ALSO A RECALL ON BLOWER MOTOR WIRING FOR THESE TRUCKS..CALL YOUR LOCAL DEALER AND GIVE THEM YOU SERIAL NUMBER AND MILEAGE..YOUR TRUCK MAY HAVE FELL THRU THE CRACKS IF YOUR NOT THE ORIGINAL OWNER..LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU FIND
Check the heat/ac relay first making sure it is working.remove it clean the contacts and reattach. Then check the Resistor component. It is usually located near the blower or on the blower motor itself.It is attached with a couple of screws and a plug between the blower motor and the wiring. Please vote if this helps you.