Question about 2004 Dodge Durango
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I have had 3 blower motors go bad in less than 120K miles. Origninal made it to 74K and 1st replacement made it to 95K. All were replaced by dealerships with factory equipment at between $500 to $600 each time. This last time it failed, I decided to change it myself. Auto Zone has the replacement blower for <$200. It doesn't look exactly like the original equipment due to a modification which directs forced air over the blower's motor, (originals were failing due to poor design). Also, the replacement, at least for my '04, used different wiring plug. Just cut original off of harness and replace with correct plug.
Blower has been working great now for past 49K.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
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