Question about Chrysler concorde cover. blower motor. . air conditioner and heater
How do I check resistance in the heater blower moter
You can check for continuity of the blower motor by unplugging it and putting your test leads on the terminals of the blower motor. I'm thinking less than 2-3 ohms.
If your trying to check the blower motor module than set your voltmeter to a/c (NOT D/C) voltage. Ground lead on any good ground. The positive test lead will back probe the red with light green wire at the ATC power module. Turn the blower motor speed up and down slowly. You should see the A/C voltage go up and down. If it does and there is no power going to the blower motor and there is power on the dark green wire at the ATC module than the ATC module is bad.
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