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2004 dodge stratus heater/ac issues

I have a 2004 stratus and the three lower levels of the blower have gone out so all i have is the highest setting. There have been issues with the a/c not switching over to the heater and vice versa. Now the heater, doesn't work all the time, or most of the time. I live in WV so it gets cold here and is no fun to drive without a heater. Help??

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    thanks :)

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    The blower on my heater in my dodge stratus isn't working

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I had the same problem with my '97 Stratus. There is a large resistor in the fan motor circuit that has died and needs to be replaced. It's well up under the dash, behind the glove box if I recall correctly, so unless you are a contortionist and have the tools, have a shop replace it.

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