Question about 1999 Chrysler Concorde
Could be the Blower Motor Resistor if it works only on High or if it won't shut off u have Automatic Temp Control and the equivalent part has failed. It is located behind the glove box at the firewall inside the duct work. Two screws remove it. Remove the two wiring harnesses that plug into it, then the two screws and it's out. Be warned: these fail continually. Had an Intrepid and replaced it three times, have a Concorde and mine is shot right not and this will be the third time.
Note on Auto Temp Control units... the Module is much more complex and expensive. I've found that if you're handy you can fix it for around $10. After removing the shroud you will find a large transistor that has likely failed. The part is BUZ100 and I got two from England. Remove the old one and solder the new one in and I bet it works ! Problem is the drag produced by the fan motors will burn it out again. It's so bad I've decided after buying a used one on ebay to always have a repaired one ready to drop in lol.
Hope that helps.
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