Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
I repalced the resister for the switch, this worked for about a week then it went back to just working on high. any help on this would be appreciated.
Your message is kind of misdirected; I think I saw a similar complaint but you need to input the correct model.
There is a chance that the message I vaguely recall turned out to be a failed switch, not the resistor which is a common problem.
If you are in the US, there are numerous sources where you can buy a cheap digital multimeter for < $20 US; Radio Shack has them as do all of the chain auto parts stores although the latter will be a few dollars more. Having a meter handy might have saved you the replacement of the resistor.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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