Question about 1994 Plymouth Sundance
This car is obd 1 so your would need to have a scanner that connects to OBD1, the caonnection ie under the dash, but is diffrent from the newer cars with OBDII, this problem sounds like a bad feed due to a short maybe in the blower resistor or the heater controls, i would start with the resistor then work my way to controls take a good look at the fan switch, hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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