Question about 1996 Dodge Dakota
Yes, its in 1of 2 places. Usually most common is mounted on the blower housing with wires to it from a plug or mounted directly to the heater controls as the actual low/med/high switch.. It is usually about 2x2inches, very small but a pain if it goes out. It controls the blower speeds. Also a cheaper check is the blower relay fuse under the hood in your fuse panel could be the cause too so I would start with that one as its maybe $5-$10 as opposed to the blower resistor from $20-$70... It could be one or both but betting about 90% it s the resistor as its the most common for blower failure when the actual blower motor is still working when 12v is applied to it...
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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