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Defroster/heater blower, stopped working/ dodge intrepid, 2004

It made noises before, would turn on and off, and it would work, but one day it just stopped blowing air?

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Blower motor resistors are super common failures in these. The connector for it can also get melted.

Posted on Dec 04, 2012

  • cassie_leee
    cassie_leee Dec 04, 2012

    is this expensive to fix? afraid to take dealer to fix or can i fix it?

  •  Ray R
    Ray R Dec 04, 2012

    The local car part stores keep them in stock and it's only 2 screws that hold in place under the passenger side of the dash, right next to the blower motor.Worst case, a local mechanic can repair reasonably inexpensively.

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should be electric and yes your right , the actuator .

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SOURCE: Heater doesn't blow hot air

First check the coolant level in the radiator. Check your heater core hoses on the firewall underneath the hood. Let the car come up to temp. and feel the two hoses. If only one of them is getting hot you may have bad heater core or a bad heater control valve.

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i have seen an ignition switch cause exact same problems you are having on 1 of these vehicles..needs to be replaced

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SOURCE: 1997 dodge intrepid heater/ac fuse keeps blowing

I have a 96 Intrepid, and none of the signal lights work. I tried replacing the fuse, but this did not remedy the problem. Could this be a loose connection?

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SOURCE: 2004 Dodge Intrepid heater problem

This sounds like your automatic climate control is starting to malfunction. Check to make sure your coolant is full, and temp is not fluctuating, and when your vehicle is warmed up, try using the low setting and feel for air temp. Is it warmer than if you turn it up? When at idle the vehicle is not producing heat the same as if you are driving, putting load on your engine and more air/fuel combustion means more heat, which is why you can feel heat while driving. Ideally you should feel heat as soon as the engine is warming up, getting hotter as it reaches peak temp of 190-210 degrees. You can try to make sure your water control valve is not blocked, and all electrical connections are secure. This will be located close to your firewall and connected to the coolant tubes that run into your firewall to your heater-core. Also use recirc (setting)to try to summon as much heat as possible, however ultimately, you may need to take you vehicle in for service. If it only warms when driving defrost will be an issue. Good luck.

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This sounds like your automatic climate control is starting to malfunction. Check to make sure your coolant is full, and temp is not fluctuating, and when your vehicle is warmed up, try using the low setting and feel for air temp. Is it warmer than if you turn it up? When at idle the vehicle is not producing heat the same as if you are driving, putting load on your engine and more air/fuel combustion means more heat, which is why you can feel heat while driving. Ideally you should feel heat as soon as the engine is warming up, getting hotter as it reaches peak temp of 190-210 degrees. You can try to make sure your water control valve is not blocked, and all electrical connections are secure. This will be located close to your firewall and connected to the coolant tubes that run into your firewall to your heater-core. Also use recirc (setting)to try to summon as much heat as possible, however ultimately, you may need to take you vehicle in for service. If it only warms when driving defrost will be an issue. Good luck.

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