Question about 2003 Dodge Dakota Club Cab
Replace the blower motor Resistor that is connected near or on the blower motor itself. the blower motor is under the dash. It may be a little hard to get to. but the Resistor is the one that controls the speed of the blower motor. It has a plug and is between the wiring and the blower motor. It is not difficult to remove if only you had space enough. There are a couple of screws that attach it . This is a very common problem. If this helps I would appreciate your vote.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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