Hello, I the other day I got into the van, and the front blower would not go on. It will not operate at any speed. I have looked at other websites, they tend to say that if the fan only runs on one speed (hi) then it is the resistor. Is there a way to check the blower? Should I look anywhere else? Thanks Bryan
Front Heater Fan not working on 2006 Dodge Grand Caravan
by bbeismann in Dayton, OH on February 18, 2010
1 answer 2 comments
ANSWER by Bret Bodas on February 18, 2010
Bryan, The information you found about the blower motor resistor is correct. Your next step is to check for the proper power and ground signals to the blower motor itself. Start by checking the fuse, then get a voltmeter or test light, find the blower motor connector and see if it is getting power.
COMMENT by bbeismann on February 19, 2010
Thanks for your assistance
COMMENT by Visitor on February 11, 2011
And if that doesn't work......what do I try next??
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