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My heater blower doesnt work

I have a 2001 chysler grand voyager the heater blower doesnt work the control panel lights up you can turn the heat up and down not a problem the relays are fine i have changed them over from front to back rear blower working fine there is a resistor at the back of the glove box i have been told this could be the problem or is it the heater motor

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    where is the blower motor in 2001 town country



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You have been told right. The resistor block is under $20.00 from the dealer.

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