Question about 1997 Plymouth Voyager
This is 100% - definitely the Blower Motor Resistor located near the Blower Motor. It is defined with 3-4 wires going into it. It is easy to remove and replace. Purchase the part at the auto parts store versus at the dealer to save you a lot of money. Purchase it first...this will let you know what your are looking for near the Blower Motor.
YOU can do this yourself.
Disocnnect the Negative Cable off the Battery and wait at least 2-minutes to discharge the Airbag Sensors.
Take the Dash Glove Box completely out to access.
It should be mounted near the fire wall (back) and should have two (2) 8mm bolts/metal screws going into it. Unplug the Resistor, Remove the bolts/metal crews and Remove the Resistor.
Installation is reverse of above.
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Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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