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1998 Dodge Dakota heater nor a/c blowing

How do I get to the heater blower motor??

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  • andyjct May 11, 2010

    Mine's a 97 Dakota w/ A/C. I found the blower motor by removing the ENTIRE dash assembly. That was done by unscrewing the dash from the base of the windshield, then unbolting the brackets on either side of the bottom of the dash by the A post, and the two bolts that hold the 'L' bracket to the bottom of the dash on the transmission tunnel. I was able to pull the dash back about 4 or 5 inches. Now, I can see the fan, but I can't reach it. Is there a better way on these 97's?????

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I have an 2002 Dakota , my blower is on passenger side of truck, under dash by feet there was 4 small screws to take out blower just came out on mine. Something to check see if there is a electronic card in behind the blower, mine had that, change the card if it has one that controls your blower speeds, when mine went bad only had off and high for a few months, then none, changed blower no go, then found out about this card, dealer cost about $75 canadian, auto wreckers $25 canadian ... hope this helps.

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