Question about 2004 Chrysler Town & Country
Fuse and relay swapped out; no change. test light shows power @ connection (behind glove box) once ignition is engadged. I connected fan motor directly to a car battery and it goes on (in two stages) to full force. however once all conections are back together I get no fan at all. Help?
Does that part behind glove box (which is probably resistor) have power going in as well as coming out at both terminals. Take reading on both sides. Did this fan run only on high for a while?
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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