Question about Chrysler Town & Country
I've got a 2001 T&C LXi and the front blower fan is working intermittently. I've replaced the relay (in the box under the hood) but it is still intermittent. I haven't replaced the resistor or fuse but easily could, the intermittent working (at all speeds) though is what confuses me. The van's got about 218,000 on it. Could the main blower switch or electronic thermostat be causing the intermittent operation?
Hello! to answer your question; No...The intermittent operation is more than likely being caused by loose or oxidized contacts in the motor connector plug...Blower motor switch connector or the blower motor resistor plug...go to Radio Shack and purchase a product called DeOxit...cost $15...It's a two spray can package...A cleaner and contact protector spray...Cans are small you do not need much...Spray all three plugs; both male and female pins...You will notice a bubbling action...No wiping off...This is a no touch spray...This should clear up the problem...On the blower switch plug is a Black/Orange wire which goes to ground...Using an ohmmeter check this wire for zero ohms to ground...On the X10 scale...If you do not read zero ohms...The connection of this wire needs to go to bare metal chassis ground...
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