Question about 2004 Dodge Caravan
The blower fan started working intermittantly. I could reach under the dash and hit the fan and it would work...for awhile. Now it has quit. I started removeing the fan but I can't get to the back screw. It is located in a very tight spot. I am using a 8mm socket on a spring extension and a 3" and a 6" solid extension but the screw won't turn. Any suggestions on how to get this screw out?
SOURCE: heater blower switch broken
mine was doing the same, then just quit all together. I went and got a resistor and everything is working again. Pretty easy to replace as well.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
SOURCE: Blower motor doesn't run
YOU CAN STILL HAVE 12.5VOLTS ON WIRE,BUT ONLY HAVE 2 STRANDS OF WIRE CARRYING IT..WILL NOT CARRY ENOUGH CURRENT TO RUN MOTOR..CHECK WHITE MAIN CONNECTOR UNDER DASH NEAR BRAKE PEDAL..TAKE APART AND LOOK FOR MELTED WIRING..ALSO CHECK WIRING AT IGNITION SWITCH CONNECTOR..THERE WAS ALSO A RECALL ON BLOWER MOTOR WIRING FOR THESE TRUCKS..CALL YOUR LOCAL DEALER AND GIVE THEM YOU SERIAL NUMBER AND MILEAGE..YOUR TRUCK MAY HAVE FELL THRU THE CRACKS IF YOUR NOT THE ORIGINAL OWNER..LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU FIND
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
The wire that connects to the ignition switch that goes to the A/C blower fan is misplace upon connection.And its not grounded to any other lines.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
if the fan is working on high speed then you don't need to replace it. You need to replace the resisters that control the fan speed. It's far more cheaper by the way
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
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