Cannot get to heater blower motor in 1993 Dodge Dakota
In attempt to replace heater blower I am having trouble getting to it. Do I have to drop the steering column in order to get to it? What is meant by removing the "module?" There seems to be 3 column covers. First one is under dash, which I removed. Do the smaller two covers on column have special screws?
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Bad design on the 1995 Dodge Dakota. The dash has to be removed to replace the blower motor. May want to replace the heater core while the dash is out to keep from having to remove it later for a leaking heater core.
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It could be the blower motor resistor module.It is located on the passengers side next to the blower motor.Make sure the connections are not melted.Because if they are you will have to replace them also.Hoope this helps.Good luck.
look under the hood on the fire wall on the passenger side of the car if its not there then try under the dash on the passenger side of the vehicle as far as what it looks like youll know it when you see it it protrudes out and it has a wire plug harness on it.