I have a 2004 Dodge Stratus and the A/C fan switch quit working, except in the high position. I purchased a new fan relay but have no idea where it is. Can anyone tell me other than giving me some obscure answer like, "it's under the hood". Please be specific as to its location. Many thanks!
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Re: 2004 Dodge Stratus A/C Fan Relay Switch
Ok first the fan relay should be located inside the elecrical box. this is usually located on the drivers side under the hood. next even you have only one speed when you turn the switch it's because the reostat is bad it is located in the fan motor housing. hope this helps.
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this fan is meant to' run on' after turning ignition off to cool down the fuel injectors etc so the fuel does'nt evaporate whilst the engine cools down .Two things here 1. Does the fan NEVER stop, it may run for 5-10 mins at most , if it runs longer than this then the timer relay may need replacing .2 If the fan goes off and then your battery is flat later i'd say it was the condition of the battery at issue as may not be holding the charge , so you can get the battery condition checked easily , if it is the battery at fault get the alternator charge rate checked as well as this may be the cause of poor battery condition .Hope that helps
It depends on if you have the coupe or 4 door sedan as to a location. In the coupe I didn't see a relay but I did however see a fuse for the radiator fan in the engine compartment fuse box/power distribution center. The fuse I am talking about is in the number 2 position in that box (see picture off layout below). If it's the sedan I did see both a high & low speed radiator fan relay as well as a 40 amp fuse for the radiator fan. The high relay is located in the number 35 position and the low is in the number 34. the 40 amp fuse is located in the number 12 position in that same box (see picture of layout below). These are also in the engine compartment fuse box/power distribution center. I hope this helps and good luck,
This is definitely (based on works on Hi only) the Blower Motor Resistor located near the Blower Motor. It is defined with 3-4 wires going into it. It is easy to remove and replace. Purchase the part at the auto parts store versus at the dealer to save you a lot of money.
Yes it could be ether or, check the relay, the resistor and the blower. try using a tester to check the wires to the blower motor and see if you get any power. Electical is very difficult to figure out some times.