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I'm at a loss. No air in my town and country. Replaced the controller and the blower. I have 12v all the way to the blower so the resister is working. All fuses and relays work.... What am I missing??

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The resistor controls the ground and voltage supply to blower motor. If the ground portion of blower resistor is not working, the blower motor will not function. Common problem with chryslers due to blower motor drawing excess amperage,

Posted on Apr 05, 2015

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    Erik Faulk Apr 06, 2015

    i have 12 volts at both ground and power at the resistor. Is this correct?

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    paulmacintyre Apr 06, 2015

    You should ony have 12 volts on one wire at the resistor. This is most likely aprinted circuit board type resistor. If you remove it you may see burning at the pins or burning flaking on the circuit board.

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12volt the other wire you got ground most likely you dont and thats why its not working if you got ground and 12v blower motor no good

Posted on Apr 05, 2015

  • Erik Faulk
    Erik Faulk Apr 06, 2015

    should i have 12v running through the ground wire?

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