Question about 2001 Dodge Durango
Posted by Anonymous on
.it could be the resister block for the fan only on the high speed resister side.you would have to remove the resister to inspect it for damage(broken resister wire)this would be the thickest wire on the resister block.it is located in the air box near the blower motor,as it needs the air flow to keep itself cool enough.there is a wire plug that has about 4-5 wires on it.also it could be the fan control switch on the dash that you turn to get the different fan speeds.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
I had the same problem with my 2001. I replaced the blower resistor and it works fine. I found a page on the internet that told how to do it. Pretty easy and costs around $45 at the local parts store. My mechanic shop wanted over $200 to fix it. Takes a 1/4 drive socket set, a wire crimper/stripper, and some wire connectors. I also had to replace the plug from the wiring harness which was burnt and probably the cause of the problem. I got one out of a junk yard. If the plug is bad, you might have to replace just that.
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