Question about 2002 Chrysler Town & Country
The blower fan in my 2002 Town and Country is continuously running at high speed. It does not matter what position the speed control switch is in. The only way to turn the blower fan off is to pull the fuse or turn the ignition off. I had a similar problem about six months ago and resolved the problem by replacing the blower fan resistor. That worked until the problem recently surfaced again. I replaced the resistor a couple of days ago and the problem returned after a couple of days. This was the third resistor in 6 months that has been in my van. It appears that there is more going on than the blower resistor. Could it have something to do with the control switch or some other component? The blower fan appears to be working OK. The van does have the automatic temperature control feature which calls for a significantly more costly resistor (around $70). Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Check the wiring to the motor and resistor pack For the motor to run at full speed all the time indicates that there is uncontrolled voltage to it which means that there is a earth after the motor before the resistor. For the resistor to burn out .Well it requires fan air flow to keep it cool and with the ignition off it must still be getting current to it to earth. I am suspecting a faulty automatic control module. I suggest you have it check out for failure.
Posted on Apr 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Replacing Blower Motor Resistor
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
SOURCE: town and country mini van
does it turn off when the car turns off? if so, you probably need a new blower motor resistor. They run about $80 but shop around. Fixed my problem right away
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
Replace your blower motor resistor
Resistor located under dash on passenger side in screwed into blower housing. May be able to be repaired. Requires soldering a small piece of "unmelted solder" across where the old fusible link was. look carefully at resistor. Or else just replace. Buy new. Junkyard resistor likely to be as bad as yours.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
most of the time the resistor is located downwind of the blower motor so it should be not to fao from the blower motor in the right rear of the van behind the quater trim panel which is the hvac unit is located
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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