Question about 2005 Dodge Caravan
First, check your engine coolant(antifreeze). If you are out there will be none circulating through your heater core.
Second, when you attempt to turn it on is there any air being blown into the cab of the vehicle? If not check the fuses for the blower motor. If these are functioning properly next check the electrical connection to the blower motor itself. If these are fine and properly attached check to see (using a voltmeter) if there is power at these connections. If not you may have an electrical issue, if so you may need a new blower motor.
If air of any temperature is blowing into the cab when you switch it on then you need to look to your heating/cooling system. While driving is your temperature gauge reading that your vehicle reaches and maintains normal operating temperature? You may have a block or leak within your system, maybe even the heater core itself. You may also wish to take a look at your thermostat. If this is not functioning properly it may also impede your vehicle's ability to operate properly.
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