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2002 Dodge Durango

5.9 V-8 The AC/heat blower will only turn on at the highest setting and then it does not blow cold air with AC button engaged. However, the rear climate controls all work fine and as long as the front blower motor is on high the rear controls are blowing ice cold air. Checked the fuse under the hood and on the driver side access panel.

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  • bigm28 Aug 04, 2008

    the front a/c is not lowing that cold air and the rear a/c is blowing at very low level even when its at the highest leveland i dont know whats the story with it

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    The power for my AC/Heating units stopped working, to include the blower. Could this be a fuse?

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    I have a 2005 dodge neon that I recently purchased. The heat is not functioning properly. If I'm at idle or in park nothing comes out of the vents. When I drive you can feel some heat come out and if I drive faster it's even more heat. I've checked the blower motor it works, checked coolant level, checked all fuses (both under the hood and on drivers side) and replaced the resistor. The car does NOT overheat.

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Replace blower motor resistor same thing happend to my buddys durango. Good luck

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Blower motor resistor maybe why it only blows on high

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