Question about 1996 Dodge Dakota
Check your blower resistor, this is a common failure point.
It is located just downstream of the blower fan.
You can verify that you have ground at alternating terminals on the resistor connector as you turn the fan switch;
PIn 5 = low, Pin 1 = Medium 1, Ping 2 = Medium 2, Pin 4 = High.
(pin 3 will not have ground when disconnected, as it is the output wire that goes to the blower fan)
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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