Question about 2000 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab
Which fuses should I check first before taking the whole dash apart to replace the blower motor?
Hi my name is Allen!
This is a very hard motor to get out!
This will save you time, if you have a test light and jumper cables, hook the jumper cables to the battery, then hook your test light to the positive side of the jumper cable, turn the ignition key on and turn the blower motor on. Next at the blower motor connector touch the test light to the negative side of the connector if the test light, lights up you have a good ground. NEXT; move the test light to the negative side of the jumper cable and test the positive side of the connector if it lights, you have power coming to the motor, if you have both power and ground you need to replace the motor, if no light on one side you need to repair the one that doesn't light up.
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Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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