Question about 1994 Chrysler LHS
I had the same problem. It is your blower motor and I had the blower motor resister replaced and it works fine, A/C even works now!
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
The control assemblies on this model have a high failure rate, and can create all sorts of erratic intermittent symptoms.
You can take the vehicle in to your local Dodge dealership to be diagnosed ( A Chrysler DRB-III scan tool is required to test this system), or you can try replacing the control assembly to see if it resolves teh problem (it most likely will).
Your mechanic can easily replace the control assembly; it is a completely electronic unit that is no more difficult to replace than a radio. A new control assembly costs between $275 and $440 from the dealer (depending on what particular A/C system you have); used ones from your local salvage yard generally cost around $100 or so.
Posted on Aug 16, 2013
Im having the same problem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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