Question about 2004 Dodge Dakota
Blower motor worked only om high speed for a while, now doesn't work at all. I replaced control switch still didn't work. I ran 12 volt wire to positive side of blower motor blower ran fine. I checked for voltage on blower resister, no voltage. I checked for voltage on blower 12 volt wire 12 volts present. I automatically think, bad ground. I ran temporary body ground to ground wire on blower motor, blower ran high, but would not shut off. I am unable to find wiring diagrahm for blower circuit. Do you have any suggestions? It's cold here!
Replace your resistor if you haven't already. I had the same issue with mine, it only worked on high.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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