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Front ac blower motor not working - 2005 Dodge Durango

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  • philgutierre Jun 27, 2009

    a/c pump working, blower was woeking , went to store turned off motor went inside came back out turned car on blower didnt work

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Check the blower resister, this controls the different fan speeds.

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The A/C pump or the Fan motor? If it is fan motor, check wires to make sure you are getting power to unit. If A/C pump, check clutch on pump

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    Nate Stansfield Jun 27, 2009

    Check your fuses and also test the fan relay which can be found tracing the fan motor wires. You can use a multi-tester or ohmmeter to check fuse. If fuses and relay checks out ok, I would check brushes inside fan motor to see if they are worn.

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