Question about 2002 Dodge Durango
Put 12v directly to motor and it works, drawing < 4A. Pulled dash control panel out, with meter on terminals, seems OK - continuity between each terminal and the common terminal as the switch is rotated.
Turned key on and I have 12V to the motor and through the motor which tells me there is an open circuit "downstream" of the motor. Also have 12V on all wire harness terminals except for one (which has continuity to ground). Yet I plug it all in and the motor no longer turns. Can not locate the resistor block to check it. Any suggestions?
The blower motor resistor is bad. Should be right next to blower motor, inserted in the evaporator box.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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