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Water leaking from under glove compartment looks like it is coming from blower mortar.

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If the water has antifreeze in it, the heater core is leaking.

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Front blower motor not working


Hi there,

Your front blower motor not working may be as a result of the failure of the heater control resistor unit. However, if you can hear the blower motor operating, but cannot feel air flow from the vents, there is a problem with the airflow controls, not the blower motor.

Also, you can check if there is any fluid leaking from the heater core or evaporator. Any fluid leaks near the heater blower may need to be resolved immediately. If a total replacement is needed, here's how you do it:

  • Raise and support the hood on your van. Loosen and remove the negative cable from its post on the battery with a socket wrench. Lay the cable down within the engine compartment. Wait approximately 12 minutes before you continue the repair. This will allow enough time for the back-up power sources for the air bags to deplete their energy.
  • Open the front passenger's-side door and have a seat within the van. Open the glove compartment door and take out everything in it. At the upper, rear of the door you should see black tabs--one on both sides of the door.
  • Grasp the glove compartment door on both sides near each of the tabs. Squeeze the door inward to release the tabs and lower the door. Allow the door to hang--you do not have to completely remove it.
  • Locate the blower motor cover. If you look through the hole where the glove compartment door was, you should see the cover directly in front of you. The cover is black and looks like a strangely shaped circle
  • Remove the three bolts from around the lip of the cover with your socket wrench. Pull the cover off and set it to the side. Follow the blower motor's wiring harness through the hole in the blower motor housing and unplug the harness. Back-feed the wires through the hole in the housing and allow them to hang from the blower motor.
  • Remove the three bolts around the base of the blower motor that secure it in place with your socket wrench. Pull the blower motor toward you and then lower it down from under the dashboard. Install the new blower motor just as you removed the old one. It will not fit through the glove compartment hole. You have to raise it up from under the dashboard.
  • Return and completely secure all three of the bolts to the base of the blower motor with your socket wrench. Feed the new blower motor's wiring harness back through the hole in the housing. Plug the harness back up to the same connection to which the old blower connected.
  • Place the cover back over the blower motor. Return and tighten all three of the cover's bolts with your socket wrench. Lift the glove compartment door and squeeze inward near the tabs once more. Push the tabs back behind the door opening and then release the door. Return everything you had in the glove compartment and shut the door.
  • Reconnect and secure the negative cable to the battery with your socket wrench. Shut the hood, start your Town & Country's engine and test out the blower motor.

Best of luck...

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check the fuses and relays goodluck

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Water leaking from under glove compartment in


Is it all the time, it could be the heater core. if it's only when you run your a/c it's a plugged drain tube. it's located under the hood, by where the a/c goes into the fire wall. it's a black, soft rubber tube

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A couple months ago I had water draining onto the pasenger compartment floor below the blower motor. Recently the blower motor stopped working? Do you know what parts I may need?


the water leaking issue may have cause the blower operation issue. there is a drain for the a/c housing that comes out at the bottom side of the firewall on the passenger side of the vehicle under the hood that likes to clog up and build water in the housing. the water then runs into the blower motor causing corrosion in the motor and usually the connector at the blower melts as well. the blower is easy to change, the connector is not as easy but shouldn't be too bad. the blower can be found just under the glove box and has a 2 wire connector

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Rain water leaking from under glove box, heater area, is not antifreeqe, iam sure it is rain water


The evaporator drain might be clogged. Get under the truck or open the hood and look for a rubber nipple coming out of the firewall on the passengers side. Try sticking something in this hole to release whatever might be stuck in there, usually leaves or sediment. Be careful, don't go crazy pocking something in there. The evaporator core might be near the drain hole, you don't want to poke a hole in it.

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Water is leaking from under glove compartment


water dripping from under the glove box area is usally a sign of water in the heating ducts. water runs down the windshield and goes under the cowel, then instead of draining, it some how enters the air intake for your heating system. Take off your wipers, and remove your cowel, you will be able to see the air intake (on the passangers side) and the reason why the water is being directed into it.

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CHECK THE DRAIN TUBE FOR YOUR A/C EVAPERATOR, LITTLE TUBE COMONG OUT OF THE FIRE WALL AT BOTTOM, TAKE A SMALL WIRE & CLEAN IT OUT

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