Question about 2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager
This really sounds like you have a blower motor resistor that has failed. The blower motor resistor is located almost right next to the physical blower motor itself mounted on the eveporator case...(same case the blower motor bolts onto).When these fail it only allows on side of the resistor to let current pass through the pigtail to to motor....hence being stuck on one speed...be it low or high...get back to me if you have any more questions... HOPE I COULD HELP!!!
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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