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My 2001 Voyager blower fan only runs on high.

My 2001 Voyager blower fan only runs on high. When I turn the switch the only speed is high, is it the switch, or fuse

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This is 100% the Blower (Fan) Motor Resistor located near the Blower Motor.
This is a very common problem with Chyrsler, Dodge, Plymouth. The key symptom is the Fan only working on High.
This is very easy to access and replace.

Let me know if this helped....

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