Question about 2000 Chrysler Cirrus
I had the same problem i did some research and it says the Blower Motor Resistor "pack" is the problem, the resistors are probably blown. you can check this by going on the passanger side and removing the black plaster under the glove comparment, then you will see a little rectangle beeing held by two screws, disconnect the wires coming in and then pull the part downwards, you will see that is probably burned out, you can get that part it cost about $30 dollars at any autor parts shop, "Blower Motor Resistor"
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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