Question about 1996 Dodge Caravan
Heater blower motor not working with control switch motor is 0k
Sounds like the blower motor resister went bad. It is located under the hood on the passengers side firewall above/behind the strut tower. It's kinda tricky to remove though. Unplug the wire harness to it and pull on it a little, while pulling try to get behind it on the left and right side with your finger tips and depress inwards on the clips that hold it in. Might have to make up a couple of bent screwdrivers to get in there. Buy the part and look at it and you'll see what you have to depress to remove the old one. The new one you just have to put the gasket on it and snap it into the hole. Good luck and I hope this was helpful.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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