Question about 1984 Dodge D150
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same thing happpen with mine. The unit is located behind the glove box and is just left of the fan held in place with two screws. I bought a new resistor from radio shack and installed it in the unit.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
You should be replacing the blower motor with the resistors. If your buying the parts from the dealer an experienced parts person will insist you replace both at the same time. The blower motor is usually what burns out the resistors.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
You'll have to get the connector from an auto salvage yard. I doubt you'll wants to spend all the money or do all the work involved in changing a wiring harness.
When you get the connector get is with as much wire as possible on it. You can then use **** connectors to splice the salvaged connector in where you cut the old one out. Do it one wire at a time and use sealing or weather proof connectors.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
try tapping the bottom of the blower motor with the blower motor speed selector turned to high and the key on. If the blower motor starts working replace it.
Another thing you can try is unplugging the blower motor and supplying your own power and ground wires to the blower motor. It doesn't matter what pin on the blower motor you supply power or ground. It will work either way. If it doesn't than replace the blower motor. If it does you might have a bad control head.
You could also have a bad blower motor relay or blower motor fuse located in the underhood fuse block. There should be power at the dark blue wire at the blower motor with the key on and the fan speed set to any position.
here's a how to article I did on blower motor operation.
blower motor does not work
Posted on Nov 17, 2010
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