Question about 2004 Dodge Ram 3500 Truck
You don't give much info, so it's hard to give you a good answer. Do you have power up to the heater switch and after turning the heater switch to the on position do you have power to the blower? Did you check the fuses, do you have power on both sides of the fuse? if you do follow that wire and check for power at the other end of it. Some cars have a temperature sensor and the blower will not come on until the temp. is warm enough so that the blower will not blow cold air. If you track the hot lead from the fuse box to the switch, through the switch and to the blower and at any point find you no longer have power, that would be the component I would think is causing your problem. You can also check the blower by running a test lead from the positive side of the battery to the blower motor and see if it runs.
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