almost the same place as the heater core. Its very hard to get to. make sure that it isn't just a fuse, that is slightly common
In the firewall on the passenger side of the truck is the blower motor speed resister coils, they burn out alot. I could not find one for my Dakota so I got one from a Dodge Caravan and I changed the wirring, that is the most likely problem
under dash on passenger side inside the cab
There is no air conditioning fan on a 1992 dakota.
Does anyone know how to take off a radiator fan clutch from a 1998 Dodge Dakota 3.9 V6
When can turn the fan freely with no resistense
I believe you are talking about the heater core. Your best bet is to go to your local library and get a manual for it. Some trucks you have to remove the dashboard to get it out. their is something in my heate fan and it make a noise when fan is on
Location of 2007 heater blower Transistor resistor
the radiator fan stopped working on my 98 dodge dakota. it sounds like it tries to kick on but wont turn. what could be wrong if it is a relay, where is it?
Inside the evaporator case.
Under the hood, passenger side of the firewall.
replace the blower fan resistor and you`ll be okay
If you are asking about the blower you only have one that controls both the heater and the a/c............
Usually on the fire wall, passenger side.
My 2001 Dodge Dakota R/T 's blower fan for the a/c unit quit working in mid use. I checked all fuses, and relays, with no success. Does anyone know how to remove the fan switch, and test it?
location for cooling relay on 05 caravan 3.8l
Inside the car in the middle of your firewall behind the stereo..
Blower fan resistor under glove box...by passenger's feet...!
It is inside the HVAC housing, under the dash, passenger side.
double check that it's the motor most times it's the resister for the fan speed In the firewall on the passenger side of the truck is the blower motor speed resister coils, they burn out alot. I could not find one for my Dakota so I got one from a dodge caravan and I changed the wirring, that is the most likely problem
just worked on a 95 Dakota it was on the firewall in the engine comp. Has a wire connector & is just over the pass side valve cover
If it is the heater fan, there is a short in the wiring. If you mean the cooling fan on the radiator, it is normal with some vehicles.
Passenger side firewall