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I HAVE A 2004 CHRYSLER PACIFICA AND THE HEATER MOTOR SOMETIMES DOES NOT WORK IT SEEMS IF YOU CYCLE THROUGH ALL OF THE OPTIONS IT THEN STARTS TO BLOW. IF I HIT THE RECIRCULATION BUTTON IT SOMETIMES BLINKS.

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  • Maurice McIntyre Dec 12, 2008

    I HAVE A 2005 CHRYSLER PACIFICA AND THE HEATER MOTOR SOMETIMES DOES NOT WORK. WHEN THE OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE DROPS BELOW 30 DEGREES. IT TAKE ANYWHERE BETWEEN 30,MIN TO A COUPLE OF HRS. TO COME ON??. PLEASE HELP! THX

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Have you run the recalibration sequence for this? you put the ignition in the on position, then hold down the power and recirculation buttons for five seconds until you start getting flashing lights on your led panel. Let it finish flashing - 20 seconds to two minutes. That will recalibrate your driver/passenger side modes. The other thing is you do know that the pacifica is equipped with a delay, if the delay is lit up on your panel, it counts down so many minutes until the engine is warmed up and then your heater will blow, while it is in delay mode the blower automatically shifts to the lowest setting. hitting buttons like you said, you are probably eventually turning off the delay and then the blower motor will kick up.

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