2000 dodge G-caravan 3.8 heater fan not working in all speed


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Old 03-08-09, 10:00 AM
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2000 dodge G-caravan 3.8 heater fan not working in all speed

Hi -my heater fan not working in all speed , its working only last high speed- i mean blowing - so i want to know how to CHANGE CENSOR AND ITS WHERE LOCATED, IMEAN HOW CAN TAKE IT OUT- OR ANY OTHER ADVICE-THANKS IN ADVANCE
 
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Im not 100% with this one but as a common problem on my old Grand am you might wanna check the relay for the fan motor... as they can be replaced fairly easily
 
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generally when you lose speeds on a blower motor on a vehicle, the resistor unit is to blame. It has a resistor for each of the lower speeds to slow the motor. So, if all of the resistors burn out, the only speed left would be high speed.


Not positive but most info I found on the net speaks to the resistor unit being behind the glovebox.
 
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Old 03-08-09, 11:03 AM
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Nap...check the title of the thread. I have no idea on a Caravan...but maybe you do?
 
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Old 03-08-09, 11:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Gunguy45
Nap...check the title of the thread. I have no idea on a Caravan...but maybe you do?
Ya, I saw that after I posted. The title is not real obvious when answering a thread
 
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Old 03-08-09, 11:59 AM
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We have these on a DAILY basis.....

The blower resistor has failed........

Now the bad news.......

Model years after 1999 use one of two types.....A resistor or a BLOWER MODULE....Externally they appear the same...

Flip the glove box door down and you will see a pair of Twisted wires..Green/Black... Two 5/16 hex bolts hold the resistor in. Remove it and head to your local Chrysler dealer and match it up.
 
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thanks for your time and advice
 
 

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