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2001durango slt no heat in front

The rear heater is working fine, The front heater has no fan movement at all.


thanks if you can help
Randy

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  • Anonymous Dec 22, 2008

    REAR HEATER WORKS BUT THE FRONT DOES NOT

  • soulessjunki Feb 04, 2009

    i have a silver 2001 dodge durango slt and the front heat and air stopped working. the rear air is fine, but the front is not blowing anything out. sometimes i does work and most of the time it does not. what should i do?

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I have a 2001 Black Durango that had the same problem. There is a resister to the right of the ac/heat blower (underneath the dash on passaenger side). This needs to be replaced. You might want to replace the motor as well. Both are real easy. I had replaced the resister first and everthing worked fine for about 6 months and then my ac/heat would only works on high. I replaced the motor and now it works just fine. The resister was about $15 at dealership and the motor is prob around $40-$50. I hopes this helps. Good Luck!

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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There is a harnes that connects to your blower resistor if the contact is contaminated in ant way it will prevent contact and the fan will not work. This looks like it will be a recall problem for Chrysler in the future. This area gets so hot it melts the plastic that covers the wires. Guess they are waiting for a couple fires first. This is on the passanger side directly above you left foot when sitting in the seat. wiggle the wires and it may start working for you. The dealer says this is because the fan is drawing too much power and therefore burning out the wires and contact.....I say recall it and fix the problem Chrysler

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Need to check power and ground to front blower motor check maxi fuses for blower underhood fuse box also blower resistor mounted in heater box

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Go to a mechanic or take the engine heater,and font heater apart and then put it back together

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