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Front Air condition blower quit working - 2005 Dodge Durango

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I had the same problem. The front blower stopped working. My 2005 Durango was equipped with a Webasto petrol engine heater. The front blower is attached to the Webasto. The Webasto computer box caused the problem, so when I disconnected the Webasto from the front blower, it worked again.

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Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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Check for BLOWER RELAY Problem if RELAY is Good the BLOWER MOTOR is BAD

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SOURCE: the air conditioning quit blowing

Check the fuses for each circuit. Fuses may be blown. Cause for a fuse to blow is a short in the circuit. Hope this helps

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