Question about 2004 Dodge Grand Caravan
You could have a bad motor (you can connect it directly to the battery to find out) or more likely you have a bad resister block .. not sure on your car but older caravans have that block available by removing the glove compartment .. at any rate its probably under the dash near to and connected to the fan speed selector switch .. different wire wound resisters are selected by the switch to determine fan speed .. if just one resistor is bad then all speeds below that speed will not work .. if the main connections have aged and opened then no speed will work .. the block is sometimes repairable but a new one is not expensive .. ..
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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