Heating & Air Conditioning Fan unit only works in certain positions on Dodge Stratus

If the Heating A/C fan only works in certain positions ie. 3&4 but not 1 or 2. You most likely need a new blower motor resistor.

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Average mileage: 118,111 (45,000–189,000)
7 model years affected: 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, more2004, 2005, 2006
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2002 Dodge Stratus 82,596 mi,
The A/C and heater only work on the high setting. Settings 1, 2, & 3 dont work
2005 Dodge Stratus 138,225 mi,
Fan only works on Nbr 4 setting there is a video about it with clear details how easy it is to change the Fan Resistor....the part is $18.50 or so at NAPA Auto Parts...easy fix I think I will try it myself :) I am 51 yr old woman with no mechanical skills video shows you just need 8 mm socket with extension and flash light. Removing part is not hard it appears on the video from www.1AAuto.com
2002 Dodge Stratus 140,000 mi,
its a blower motor resistor under $50 for part and takes 15 minutes to do it yourself
Air Conditioner/ Heat Switch only works on high setting.
A/C & heater does not work on settings 1&2 only work on 3&4.
2005 Dodge Stratus 103,000 mi,
Does not blow hot or cold air
2004 Dodge Stratus 156,000 mi,
Blower works on # 4 only !!! Put freon in it but still only on # 4 on does it work
2005 Dodge Stratus 104,000 mi,
1&2 setting went out last year. Now level 3 just went out. AC and heat now only works on 4.
2005 Dodge Stratus 95,000 mi,
Fan does not work on setting 1 or 2. just recently 3 stopped as well.
2002 Dodge Stratus 189,000 mi,
heater or AC not working no air nothing Only thing it work on was Defrost then it went out
2003 Dodge Stratus 100,000 mi,
The problem has not been fixed.
1999 Dodge Stratus 187,200 mi,
Spark plug tubes leak leaving an oil stain on the plugs which turns to a carbon trace which partially shorts out the plugs, robs the engine of power and dumps raw gas into the cataletic converter which causes it to overheat & fail.