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2002 durango, front blower does not work at any speed.

Rear blower works. I hear a clicking noise when I move the front blower control from off to any speed, but no air.

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This happened 3 times to me. It's a $15 circuit that connects with 2 screws under the dash near the blower. Dodge should have recalled for this.

Posted on Jun 05, 2009

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