Question about 2005 Chrysler Town & Country
I sometimes have trouble with the OCM (?) fuse that prevents the automatic door locks from works. I remove the fuse for 30 seconds and replace it. I don't know if this problem with the heater is related. I saw other postings for the same problem. I have a 2005 Chrysler Town and County.
2005 Chrysler T&C Van. My front blower also stopped working overnight. Rear blower works fine. I swapped the 40A fuse in the underhood fuse box with the 40A fuse for the power seats since I don't have power seats. No help. I then swapped the front blower relay with the spare relay in the same box. No help. I'm wondering if there is a reset button for the blower and if so where it may be. Any hint or help with the blower would definiely be appreciated. Thanks
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
I have a 1996 Chev Lumina and the front heater just quit the back fan still blows but the front does not
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
This happened to me also. It turned out the my AC compressor was going out. Please don't wait as long as I did because it froze over & locked up. This started burning the serpent belt that also runs the fan & other components. If the belt breaks, you will get stranded. I don't know if this will solve your problem but it sound very similar to the problems I had before replacement of AC Compressor.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The fuse panel is on the lower instrument panel just to
the left of the steering column.
1 30 Amp Green Audio Amp (B+)
2 15 Amp Blue Sunroof (B+)
3 10 Amp Red Htd Mirror (EBL)
4 20 Amp Yellow Rr Pwr Out (B+)
5 10 Amp Red Rr HVAC (R/O)
6 10 Amp Red OCM (B+)
7 20 Amp Yellow Door Locks (B+)
8 15 Amp Blue Steer Col Lock (B+)
9 20 Amp Yellow Pwr Outlet (B+)
10 10 Amp Red Ign Run Only Out (R/O)
12 10 Amp Red Mem. Sw, Courtesy Lamp
14 20 Amp Yellow Cigar Ltr (R/A)
15 10 Amp Red Tire Press Mon (R/O)
16 10 Amp Red SCM, Cluster OBD (B+)
17 15 Amp Blue Flipper Glass (B+)
19 10 Amp Red OCM (R/S)
20 10 Amp Red WCM, Cluster (R/S)
21 15 Amp Blue Autowipe (Accy Delay)
22 15 Amp Blue Rear Wiper (B+)
24 10 Amp Red PDC, FCM, A580 (R/S)
25 10 Amp Red ABS, Trans. Case Switch
CB1 20 Amp Cycle -Wipers (B+)
CB2 20 Amp Non - Cycle Seats (B+)
CB3 20 Amp Non - Cycle Windows (Delay)
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