compressor and clutch are working,no sign of blown hoses,swapped every fuse,relay and C.B.. Before failure there was no smell or noise from blower. I'm pretty sure it's electrical but can't get to blower behind glove box.???? No codes showing.
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2008 Chrysler 300 Question: loss of A.C./heater blower fan
Answer #1Visitor, July 11, 2011, 00:43
Have you check power and ground at the motor? That's where I would start.
ReplyT.K., July 12, 2011, 16:31Rookie
THANKS FOR THE REPLY. YOU WILL ENJOY THIS... AFTER 2 DAYS OF SWAPPING BREAKERS,FUSES AND RELAYS AND TRACING CIRCUITS, I GAVE UP. I HATE TO TAKE MY VEHICLES TO ANY ONE AS I'VE ALWAYS DONE MY OWN WORK.STILL DO. BUT!! THE WIFE NEEDS THE CAR ,PHOENIX=110 DEGREES !!! SO I GO TO AN INDEPENDANT,TELL HIM THE WHOLE SENARIO. HE GOES UH HUH AND GOES OUT TO THE CAR. I START IT WITH A.C. ON (FAN IS NOT WORKING )HE REACHES BEHIND THE GLOVE BOX AND HITS THE FAN REAL HARD. THE FAN STARTS UP !!!AFTER I BECAME LUCID HE EXPLAINED TO ME HOW THIS IS NOT UNUSUAL ON CHRYSLERS AND JEEPS. "IF IT GETS TO WHERE YOU HAVE TO HIT IT EVERY DAY ,BRING IT BACK,I'LL FIX IT"
HE SAYS. CAUSE: FAN MOTORS GET SO HOT IN PHOENIX ,THE BRUSH SPRINGS LOOSE THEIR PUSH,NEED TO BE JARED TO MAKE CONTACT. "I KNEW THAT" 3 DAYS ,10 STARTS ,STILL BLOWING.NO HITS NEEDED,YET. THANKS ALL, T.K.