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How do you change the fan blower resistor on a 1999 chrysler town&country van you can run a hot wire to blower and it will work found resistor on evap case in engine compartment areaa

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The AC cooling fan should come on when the AC is turned on. This is not happening. The vehicle is a 2005 Chrysler Town and Country 3.8 liter van.Any ideas? Relay appears to be fine.

In some vehicles, just because you turn on the A/C..the fan does not come on...and some, when you set the A/C to on, you have to make the fan blow to make the A/C compressor work.. Sounds like,maybe, the blower motor resistor may be bad.. they are easy to change and not too expensive..You should be able to buy one at ( some will install it for you - if you are real sweet) :
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Check the wiring to the motor and resistor pack For the motor to run at full speed all the time indicates that there is uncontrolled voltage to it which means that there is a earth after the motor before the resistor. For the resistor to burn out .Well it requires fan air flow to keep it cool and with the ignition off it must still be getting current to it to earth. I am suspecting a faulty automatic control module. I suggest you have it check out for failure.

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replace blower motor resistor located behind the glove box apro 2 x 3 in 2 screws and wire

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I have an 03 Chrysler T & C. The blower motor runs on high and I cannot adjust the fan speed. If I turn the heater off, the vent fan runs. In other words, I cannot turn off the heat. I can adjust...

You have a bad blower motor resistor. It is located right behind your in-dash passenger-side glove box, and is bolted to the heating duct with 2 8mm hex screws. The replacement part usually runs about $85, but if you have a soldering gun and some handyman skills, you can replace the bad component (called a "mosfet") on the circuit board itself for about $2. The mosfet is basically a fancy resistor that allows you to control the blower speed by lowering the voltage that passes through it. It can be found at: , part number 511-STP85NF55. Once you have the part removed from the van, you can locate the bad resistor right next to the aluminum heatsink. It's not only soldered to the circuit board, it's also glued & held tight to the heatsink by a metal clip. Good luck!

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Air conditioner only works on high 99 chrysler town and country van we change the switch and the motor and it still doen't work on lower settings

you need a blower resistor maybe a blower motor also but the resistor is for speeds and it usually goes when the blower motor starts to draw too much power the resistor is outside under the cowl on the passanger side you may need a connector pigtail also the dealer will have what you need

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first i will do to change the blower motor resistor and see what happen it is near the blower motor and see if any wires burned out

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does it turn off when the car turns off? if so, you probably need a new blower motor resistor. They run about $80 but shop around. Fixed my problem right away

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