Question about 2000 Chrysler Town & Country
About a week ago, the only way the front blower moter would work was if it was on high, and it appeared that there was no issues with the rear blower. However, neither work now. We took it to a local mechanic, and he verified that the blower and I believe two of the relays were good. How many relays are there? The gentlemen was saying that there were possibly three, but could not find the thrid one. The mechanic also said that there was no juice going to the relays which may prove that there is either a third relay which controls them, a blown fuse, or some other wiring problem... Any suggestions?
I have a 2000 cryseler girrus heat comes in the car from dash panel and from air cond . whats wrong
Posted on Aug 24, 2011
First lets deal with front blower. If all fuses checked, there should be a resistor block (which when it goes usually leaves you with high fan only) for fan located on firewall, under the hood on passenger side behind the front strut mount area. It measures 1-1/2" x 3" approx, and will have a wire connector on it. It usually pulls out, with a bit of a fight. Disconnect your battery neg(-) just to be safe before you do. Replace it, that should cure front blower problem. (about $20 at autoparts store) Ask them for "blower motor resistor pack) very common item so they should know what your talking about.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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