Question about 2005 Dodge Caravan
I don't think its a variable resistor or rheostat. I think its an actual I/O switch that controls smaller solenoids maybe up to three that divert air in places and open a door or close a door to the heater core that should be very hot. It may be a malfunctioning switch or a divert er solenoid or one of the solenoid could be broken because it is just plastic. The last thing i would check (not to be rude) is your coolant level a low level wont circulate your heater core making it quite cool.good luck hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
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