2004 Chrysler Pacifica Q&A
2004 Chrysler Pacifica Question: blower motor resistor
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is there a picture or diagram of where the resistor is located. I know it's behind the glovebox, so i can replace it myself. thank you and have a nice day! - Visitor
get in passenger seat and look under dash on the blower motor and there it is it has to sets of wires going to it and twoscrews in it - Visitor
Replaced the front blower motor and nothing. checked for power and no power to the motor when its on. Could it still be the resistor, or should I look some where else? Everything else works fine.
I took my Pacifica in because the fan was blowing at high all the time. They told my I need to replace the blower motor and the blower motor resister and the estimate for both is $436.31. They say ...
replaced the blower motor resistor on the car now it wont stop blowing and when i turn it off it blows on high speed what else co...
Interior cabin fan alway remains on high. The fan speed control has no effect. Powering off the climate control has no effect.
My fan will not turn off. It blows on high when the car is on, and the controls do not work to adjust the fan up and down. Heat and air conditioning work, but the fan won't stop blowing on high.