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2002 chrysler town&country blower motor will not turn off is always on ?? fan speed does not work ??? defrost; floor vent modes still work air is directed to this positions if selected. blower motor runs as soon as you start the car and will not turn off until car is turn off.

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Your switch is not working, may be a bad switch or wires, disconnect switch, make sure you label wires. start car blower should not work, buy new switch and it should fix the problem

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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My 2002 Chrysler town and country blower fan works when ignition is in accessory mode but when car is running there seems to be a great draw on the engine. Do you know what might be wrong?


In accessory mode you won't notice the high current draw because the alternator is out of the circuit and the engine is not running. With the engine running, you will see the excessive draw on the volt/amp gauge. If bad enough it will pull the idle RPM down a bit.

Your blower motor is bad or the wiring has deteriated to the point of causing a high current draw. A good auto tech (or knowledgeable friend with a DVOM and amp gauge) can diagnose the problem in 10 minutes.

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In order to achieve different speeds for the fan motor, there is a bank of resistors that reduce the voltage depending on what speed is selected. This is basicaly the same design for all cars on the road. The fail mode causes the full voltage to bypass the resistor bank so the fan runs at high speed (maybe even higher than your normal high setting). On most newer vehicles, including your '02 T&C, to help keep the resistors cool, they are mounted to a heatsink and then that assembly is mounted in a hole in the A/C ductwork just below or behind the glovebox. My '02 T&C has the 3 zone auto temp control and it had a fancier resistor block, but the function is the same. You should be able to get the cheaper one for <$25 at a parts store.

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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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Blower only works in highest setting. Once in a while the fan starts working on the other speeds as well. There is a funny burnt smell coming out of the vents when the highest speed is chosen.


Unfortunately you have to point fingers at the Chrysler engineers that though this one up. It is almost a direct shot from your defrost vents to your blower housing. All of the dirt, sand, dust & junk that has gone down those vent holes over the past 12 years is now built up at the base of your blower and causing the blades and shaft to bind. The burnt smell is from the plastic blades rubbing through the ****. You need to dismantle the blower housing give it a good cleaning, go ahead and replace the motor and the blades, they're fairly cheap and put screens over your defrost vent holes.

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