front blower and headlights on 2004 Chrysler Pacifica

front blower isnt blowing used to stay on even when car was off. cant get no heat either. other night both dim headlights quit working. brights still work though

by in Fredericktown, MO on November 16, 2010
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2 answers
ANSWER by , November 16, 2010
blower probably has a short to power on the blower resistor. the dim lights is usually a bad ground by the battery or 2 failed low beams. Roy
ANSWER by , January 06, 2011
Answer #1 Anonymous, January 06, 2011, 16:57 Replace the heat blower regulator located behind the glove box. To access open glove compartment squeeze on the side of the glove box it drops down you will see right in front of you 2 set of wires connected to the regulator. There are 2 bolts, that need to be unscrewed in order to pull out regulator, once taken out unplug the wires remembering the connections. Installation is the reverse of removal. I suggest you buy regulator at your local dealer for $70. Auto parts carry an aftermarket at a higher price but you can shop around. Overall rating: 0 (0 votes)