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A/c The a/c blower only works on high speed.

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  • robcrum Dec 10, 2008

    i have same problem how can I locate the resistor pack? 2003 grand caravan

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Dodge has a known problem with the Blower motor resistor's shorting/failing and burning up wires or connectors. This is most likely the cause and would require replacement. One way to tell is to disconnect the electrical connector on the blower motor and look at the wires/connector. If it's blackened or melted in any way you will need to replace the resistor pack. I would not suspect the blower motor as it is working in high speed.

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