Question about Cars & Trucks
The blower on my dodge 2002 diesel truck makes a horrible noise when I turn it on high. On the other speeds it barely blows if at all. I think it just seeps out as opposed to blow out. Thus, I do not have a defroster which is quite aggravating in the winter. Does this mean I need to replace the blower and is that a diffcult job or something I can do myself?
Sounds like the blower bearings are dried out and shot..since most blowers are a sealed item now, yours will need removed and replaced.. on some rare occaisions, you may get away with squirting some wd40 into the housing the blower sets in and it will work for a short while but not be dependable as a repacement unit is.. instuctions are available from parts stores. and the old one may give you a core to return..good luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is either a bad switch or window motor. finding a wiring diagram and shooting power to the correct wire will identify whether the switch or motor is faulty.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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?
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
IF THE BLOWER MOTOR ONLY WORKS PN HIGH THEN YOU NEED TO REPLACE THE BLOWER MOTOR RESISTOR LOCATED ON THE SAME HEATER BOX AS THE BLOWER MOTOR
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
It's located on the passenger side under the dash. There are 4 to 6 screws that hold it in. If you know for sure it is bad replace it, but it could be the resistor, it is located right beside it. these can go bad also. In most cases the blower will work on high, but not on lower settings, this would be the resistor, not the blower.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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