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2004 durango i replaced the blower motor with a new one from the dealer and it still dont work. what should i try nexy?

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If the suggestion regarding the resistor block doesn't pan out, I think I have seen this problem elsewhere and it was solved by replacing the actual fan switch.
If you have any kind of multimeter at home, you can easily test the resistor block before replacing it. You could also have done a simple continuity check on the original motor too. 

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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I presume you have checked the relay and fuses. you will probably need to replace the resister block. you may have noticed it while you were replacing the fan. it is located on the ductwork near the fan. a connector is attached to it. and a couple screws hold it in.

Robert

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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    please consider bumping this soluton to a fixya thanks

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