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Blower not working on 2003 Dodge Dakota

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  • kgthrow Jan 30, 2009

    No settings at all...

  • kgthrow Jan 30, 2009

    ok, update... I just removed the blower resistor card from underneath the passenger side dash... Leaving for the part store now for a $13 part.. Hope it works!

  • kgthrow Jan 30, 2009

    Thanks motor... Actually I had to order the part.. We'll see in a few days...

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Does it work on highest setting at least?



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Check the resistor array for the fan motor. Located high on the firewall pass. side. 2 screws hold it place. About 1"x2". Disconnect battery before doing any work.

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Normally you'll get high speed when that goes but hey, we're talking electrical here, which means you can throw the word normally out the window sometimes. That's where I was going with my question. Good Luck.

Posted on Jan 30, 2009


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Try a new mopar fan resistor that is on the passenger side of the firewall, held in by two screws. if you take it out of the firewall you will see that one of the coil wires has melted/broken like a light bulb filament.
they are around $12.00 new .

you only need to unhook your car battery-losen the two screws-replace the wires in the same position on the new resistor- remount it back into the firewall. rehook the battery.

poor connections are common due to rust-corrosion on the five wires. baking powder and water mix on the connections. clean and coat with battery terminal sparay.

mopar id # 1-04462841

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It could be the blower motor resistor module.It is located on the passengers side next to the blower motor.Make sure the connections are not melted.Because if they are you will have to replace them also.Hoope this helps.Good luck.

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