Question about 1999 Plymouth Breeze
Just wondering, did you ever manage to fix this problem? My girlfriend's car is doing the exact same thing and I'm trying to figure it out. I haven't started looking at it yet ... my first thought is fuses, etc. and the air is cold so I think I need to change her thermostat. Thanks for any help you can give!
Sounds like a blower motor resistor, located behind the glove box in the side of the blower motor housing.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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