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2003 Dakota Fan control

My AC/heater fan has just stopped working on any speed but full. Is the speed control in the switch or are multiple wires sent to the motor?

Simple fix suggestions?

Comments

  • srs_49srs_49 Posts: 1,394
    There are some other threads, maybe in the Dodge Grand Caravan or T&C forum that discuss replacing the switchable resistor that controls the fan speed.
  • cheeze74cheeze74 Posts: 30
    I recently purchased a 2004 Dakota with the same problem. There is a resistor module that is probably burned out. I ordered one on Ebay and waiting for it to arrive. Not sure of the exact location of part but probably mounts on the blower housing under the dash. Did you ever resolve your proble with yours?
  • Yes exactly as you propose.
  • cheeze74cheeze74 Posts: 30
    Thanks I think part arrived today my wife just text me
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