Question about 2001 Dodge Stratus
Check the fuse first. If OK, agree that it is likely both resistor and switch are bad, but you can easlily tell if the resistor is bad. Take it out and it will look burned up. If it isn't, then the switch is definitely bad. If it is, probably both are bad. The switch may also show signs of overheating when it fails. You can check the switch with an ohmmeter, if you have one. It should have continuity from the source terminal to each other terminal one each per speed setting. OK?
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