Question about 2003 Dodge Durango
I would start by checking the fuses thats the easiest first step. You can also take the connector lose from the blower motor turn the switch on and see if it has the twelve volts gogin to it. or the blower motor went out or the blower motor resistor. you can check the motor by reading the resistance across th windings if you lust take a resistance meter and hook one lead to the two wires going to the motor you should read only a few ohms. if that is good then its probably the blower motor resistor checking this can be a little more complicated but the big sighn is it will probably be burnt up the connector going to it will probably be melted. if both of these are good then it may be the switch. If none of these gives you an anawer you can come back tell me what you find and i can help you further.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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