Question about 1996 Plymouth Voyager
I had heating problems in winter, I replaced blower motor resistor and heat worked fine all winter long. Now is summer and the air conditioning works when starting the car and for a few miles then stops, if turned up all the way to highest speed continues to work but I'm afraid eventually will stop completely. If I turn off the air and later restart the process repeats. Do you have any suggestions?
Replace power module. Its under the hood. In the air duct up against the firewalll. About 12" to the left of the blower motor. Has 2 connectors on top. Its black. May be hard to notice. Probably have to remove cross brace to get at.it. Then remove 3 screws and pull it out. Put in new one. Reattach brace
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