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You should have an access right under and behind your glove box. If you get down and look under your dash just behind the glove box there should be a round plastic cover protruding from under the dash. If you remove the screws and take that off your blower will be right there. Should be pretty easy. I say should because I have experience with a same year durango but not a dakota. Figure their probably about the same. I hope it turns out that easy for you. Good luck.
replace blower motor resistor located next to blower motor under passenger side of dash.has one connector and two phillips screws securing it.easy to do and part is fairly inexpensive.if replacement part fails i would recommend replacing blower motor also asit is probably drawing too much current and overheating resistor assembly.
the blower motor is located on the pass side under the dash. calls for .7 hour to replace it relatively easy to replace. just unplug it and undue the little screws that hold it in transfer the fan part if it doesnt come with the motor and replace. hope this helps
replace the blower motor resistor, this is your problem, this part is not expensive. heres a picture of it and its held in by 2 screws easy to change, hope this helps you.the resistor is located inside on pass/side under the dash near blower motor,
you are talkin about the blower motorrihgt. f so its easy has pie. look under the pass side dash there should be the motor there is like four or five screw that need to be removed then disconnect the wires going to the motor and wammo its out. dont bream the hamster cage thought because to new motor wont have one. you will have to pry that one of the shaft.no biggie, hey good luck .
The blower motor is under the dash on the passenger side, and fairly easy to replace as blower motors go, are u sure the problem is not the blower motor speed control resistor? it is very seldom the blower motor goes out, the resistor is right next to the blower held into the air duct with 2 screws.