Question about 2002 Chrysler Town & Country
Hello my blower reved up to high speed then completely stopped working. I have already changed the radiator/AC fan and the associated fuse. I believe these 2 to be unreleated but stranger things have happened. Looks like a lot of post about resistor. Any help would be great. Thanks in advance. Zac
Chances are it is the resistor. I had the same problem with my 97. Then my blower motor blew. Take the resistor out, and check for burnt, or corroded connections. If found replace the resistor. They blow when the blower motor wears. It starts to draw too much power through it to operate it. And burns out the connections. So I would advise replacing the motor as well.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
Ok so i took my 97 TnC to the mechanic he explained a similar thing to what Zac was saying. though he didn't say anything about the resistor. so what your saying is replace the resistor and this should fix the issue?
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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