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Town and country mini van

Blower fan, front, not switching off. When the a/c is switched on, fan reduces speed automatically, fan speed control switch has no effect. When the a/c is switched off, blower fan automatically increases speed, selector speed control switch has no effect.
Removed front relay fuse in engine compartment, blower fan went off?
What do i need to do to fix this?

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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

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