Question about 2005 Dodge Caravan
The only fuse blowen is the rad fan fuse.A answer would be great because it is -22 outside.Thanks.
There are several postings for the same problem on this web site. From my experience it will usually be the blower motor or the commonly replaced resistor block ( $20.00 from the dealer) located behind the glove compartment box. You can remove this resistor block easily if you have tools and check for corrosion or a broken resistor wire. If this looks good it's then probably the blower motor, but you should do a voltage check right at the blower motor. If the voltage going to the blower motor looks good, try tapping the blower motor with a small hammer or the plactic end of a screw driver with the fan switch in the jigh position maybe moisture got in it and froze it up. Good luck and keep us posted.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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