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Defroster problems I have a 2003 durango. I need to know where the blender selector motor is. My problem is when I want to switch it to defrost it switches to blow out by my feet.

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    Air blows fine out floor and front vents. Nothing blows out of defroster

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It is in the heater/AC ducts, you must remove the entire dash assembly to access it for repair, about 12 hour job.

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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