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Fan does not blow in the front for air conditioner

Chrysler town and country 2002. Fan in the front stopped bowing

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Most common problem on this vehicle is the blower motor resistor

less than $40 and only two screws to remove

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How to change the fan.i own a 2006 town an country chrysler van and the air conditioner works when the car is going but once I stop the tempature guage goes up to hot and the van will over heat causin


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