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2005 dodge grand caravan

Front blower switch doesn't work on any speed. Rear works just fine. Checked fuses, ok.
No power on dark blue wire behind glove box. Not sure what to do next or what is wrong

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  • Anonymous Jan 09, 2009

    Same problem, worked fine yesterday, no blower or selector today, any ideas?

  • grodgers5 Feb 02, 2009

    I have the same issue, however, I havent checked the blue wire yet. Im thinking it may be the switch, but cant confirm.. The only fuse panel is under the hood and it has a fan fuse. I did test the relay by sticking it in the Rear blower and it works fine.

  • grodgers5 Feb 02, 2009

    One question.. did your dome light go out around the same time like mine did?

  • Anonymous Mar 07, 2009

    I need the location of the fan motor relay

  • Pam Hance Mar 24, 2009

    The blower doesn't work on the front part of my 2005 Grand Caravan but does in the back. If I turn the dial to defrost, it gets hot or cold, depending on which setting I put it on so I know it isn't the actual AC or heater.

  • Anonymous Apr 08, 2009

    I have the same problem - I turn on the dial to make the A/C put out some air, and nothing happens. My friend, an ASE Master Tech says that (without looking at it) it's either the blower motor or the blower motor relay. He instructed me to check for voltage on the blower motor itself. If it's getting power to the motor, the motor is bad. If the motor isn't receiving power, the relay is bad. (I have borrow a voltmeter from someone to check this, so not sure how this is going to turn out - praying it's only the relay that's bad.

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Check the fan blower relay. this is the one powering up the blue wire going to the motor.

maybe it has a separate fuse. check from other locations. could be in the passenger kick panel.

tnx 4 using fixya,

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