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My A/C only blows on a high setting. The second I turn it down it stops blowing. What would cause that?
I don't know what model Chrysler you have but a similar issue happened with my Nissan minivan a couple of years ago. Only working on the highest fan speed is a classic symptom of a bad blower resistor. On many cars they are easily assessable, typically in the front passenger side footwell area. Mine took three screws to switch out, and the resistors are cheap enough it's not a big risk to just buy one and see if that fixes your problem.
Moderator - Buying questions? Please include city or zip code and trim you are shopping, FWD or AWD, etc.
RockAuto.com has them for $6 to $10 plus shipping so you should be able to find one locally I'd think for under $20 or $25 out the door. More if you don't want a "generic" part.
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