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Old 08-17-2005, 11:37 PM
 
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Default Heater blower motor only runs on Hi speed

Can any body tell me where to locate the blower resistor?
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Old 02-28-2006, 12:59 AM
 
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Default RE: Heater blower motor only runs on Hi speed

Still need to know bc i do. Im a lil late though.
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Old 08-10-2006, 01:34 AM
 
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Default RE: Heater blower motor only runs on Hi speed

I am having the same problem with my a/c running only on high. I would like to replace the motor resister and the blower switch. Can you tell me where they are located. I have a 2000 Chrysler Cirrus.

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Old 10-27-2006, 10:39 PM
 
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Default RE: Heater blower motor only runs on Hi speed

under glove box by heater vent. take off panel. disconnect wiring connector, this is motor resistor. i replaced mine, but less than a month later, i only had high again. mopar said i could return burnt resistor once, but if that blows also, i have greater problem.
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Default Gone through 4 or 5 resistors

What is the solution to this problem, replace blower motor or improve resistor? What fails in the resistor block? Is their a better spec. diode available? Seems if they work for a month they could be beefed up some to last longer.
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replace the blower motor resistor if it fails again the blower motor is drawing to many amps and that will need to be replaced
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Old 04-01-2011, 07:30 PM
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Have 1999 Cirrus - no problems until we have lost all but "HI" on blower speeds. From above posts, seems this is a problem with (at least) the 2000s. Do I need a new part, a take-apart-and-fix service call, or what???
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replace the blower motor resistor
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im not a machanic so take my advise for what its worthi went a whole year and replaced blower motor resistor three different times in my breeze then to come to find out it was the blower motor . so save your self 20-30 bucks or the price of one at a pull yard and just spend the money and take care of the problem and replace the blower motor. i was told it was the blower motor by a machanic and got it replaced and hav'nt had a problem since been about two years.
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