Question about Cars & Trucks
Postion 1 and 2 on fan control do not work, fan and heating work fine on postion 3
There is a resistor next to the fan that is more than likely the problem should be an easy fix
Posted on Jan 09, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: blower fan
Sounds like the problem is more with the blower motor assembly itself. The blower motor have micro-proccers built itnto them which comunicate with the control heads and do the actual regulating of the fan motor. Dealers have computers with diagnostic software which allows them to monitor what is happening in the eletronic controls of the vehicle. Electronic diagnostics without the diagnostic software makes it very diffecult to pinpoint the actual item causing the problem.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
its the fuse inside the fusebox under the hood. the box is right in front of the battery. I had the same problem. 4 dollar part. look it up in the owners manuel and your good to go.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Should just be a simple remove and replace. Engine off disconnect sensor, remove sensor, install new and good to go (assuming the sensor is the problem to what ever issue you were having).
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
Its the switch behind the fan nob thats not making contact, you have to pop the cover off the dash where the radio fan and other gizmos are. Then remove the fan nobs by pulling them straight off after that unscrew the housing unit inside is the switch. You must carefully pry this open so as not to break the plastic clips holding it together the switch thats fryed should just pop out easy replacement fan switch! If my mind serves me right it costs 40$ to replace if you order from chrysler.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
Heat limiting capacitor is blown on low side. Limits excessive heat to components. Three capacitors on one board. One is constant. One runs two lower speeds and other runs two higher speeds. Need to replace. Follow wire from blower motor back towards center of vehicle. The capacitor is approx. 1.5" X 2.5" and is mounted with two screws. Simply remove plug and two screws, pull out capacitor. Replace with new in reverse order. Did last year. Part was relatively cheap and easy to replace. You do have to be somewhat limber to fingers and tools under there.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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