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How do i get the fan to blow the heat out - 2002 Dodge Stratus

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  • Michael Boltz
    Michael Boltz May 11, 2010

    Is the fan not working ? or is the air temp cold?

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I guess the simple answer is turn on the switch, but you're probably already doing that. if it's blowing cold air when it set to hot, you may have air in the cooling system, or a blockage somewhere, usually in the heater core. if the fan isn't working at all, check fuses. if they're good, check for voltage at the fan itself and replace it if necessary.

Posted on Feb 05, 2010

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Tap your foot or lightly kick under the dash on the front passenger side of the car. Works every time with hardly no effort. Just keep tapping ur foot around on the passengers dside under the dash. Eventually u will tap the right spot and the fan will start blowing again. It will blow fine until another passenger accidentally sticks there foot up under the dash and touches whatever it is thats causing this. Im serious this works every single time. My kids figured it out. You dont have to kick under there hard just gently tap ur foot around. Youll hit it and be in top working order again! silly but very true. If anyone knows why this happens let me know please. Its very easy to hit and turn off and almost just as easy to tap around and turn back on. LOL Good luck!

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