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Chrysler 2001 town and country a/c problem after car is warmed up a/c stops blowing in the dash sounds like blower is running but no air is coming out

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Try replacing the in cab filter it might be cloged up or you might need to replace the blower motor

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It sounds like your fan motor is either bad or not connected to the power source due to a bad switch, or bad or disconncted wire(s.) This will require you to remove certain components of the dashboard. The center part of your dash will "pop out" if you pry under the edges very carefully. After it comes off, you will be able to access the fan motor switch.You can put a test light on the (+) positive lead to the switch to find out if power is getting to it. Also you can bring a lead wire to the fan MOTOR to see if it runs when powered. IF there is power to the motor and it still doersn't run, replace it. If it runs, replace the switch in the dash.

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