Question about 2004 Chrysler Crossfire
When I turn off my car my fan for my ac/heat does not shut off. I can take the keys out of the egnition and the blower still runs. The only way I can make it shut off is by taking the fuse out, and the minute I put the fuse back in it turns on again. The controls do change when I turn the knob.
if its work in only low speed u have to replace the blower motor resstor which located close to the blower
let me know have a good one
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
I have a 2002 T&C Van that did the same thing awhile ago. We were on a trip in snowy weather when the fans all went to full on their own. Changing the controls did nothing. A little research showed that this is a common problem. The temp control sensor ( I believe thats what it was called ) inside the fan duct work had failed. It provides temp data to the computer that controls the automated climate control systems. It's easy to get to as its in the duct just above the pass. foot well. There is a small plate /cover thats is screwed into the duct. I think it also had a wire/clip connecting to it. Remove the clip and remove the screws. The plate/ cover pulls towards you revealing the sensor. It has numerous vanes that stick into the fans airflow providing data. Remove the entire assembly and get a new one for your year of vehicle. I got mine at the dealer for around $90.00. Just reverse the removal procedure and put it back in. Start the vehicle and your fans should be back under control. Worked perfect again for my car. I would rate the difficulty of this repair at about a 2 out of 10. Very easy for most. Took ten minutes.. Hope this helps..Jeff
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
It keeps burning out blower resistors because of the blower motor drawing to much amperage so you will need to replace the resistor and blower motor
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
SOURCE: Fan blower doesn't work
I have the same truck. Mine only worked on high. I replaced the blower motor resistor and it worked for a few seconds and then the resistor started to overheat and fry. I then removed the blower motor and found it to be pretty seized up so I replaced it along with another resistor and it works great. At any rate, be careful not to ruin a new resistor. If it shows any signs of getting hot when you first fire it up then turn off the blower motor immediately and replace it too. In my case, the worn out blower motor is probably what caused the original resistor and the replacement to fail in the first place.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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