Removing heater blower motor on a 1988 dodge dynasty?
Disconnect the battery.
Remove the glove box to instrument panel screws.
Disconnect the power and ground wires from the blower..
Remove the recirculating door actuator, the seven screws and then remove the complete recirculating housing..
Remove the three blower motor attaching screws..
Remove the blower motor...
1989 dodge dynasty recirculation door actuator. When you go up hill putting a load on the engine the heater blower or AC air decreases and when you change settings on the heater it takes a while?
What causes the tail lights and blower on a Dodge Dynasty to go out when all fuses are good and what could be disconnected?
Its behind the glove box disconnect the negative battery cable remove the glove box assembly,lower right side instrumental panel trim cover and right cowl trim panel,as required.disconnect the blower lead wire connector If the vehicle is equpped with air conditioning the 2 vacuum lines from the recirculation door actuator and postition the actuator aside remove the 5 screws from around the blower housing and separate the blower housing from the unit remove the 3 screws…
Disconnect the negative battery cable Remove the glove box assembly,lower right side instrument panel trim cover and right cowl trim panel,as required.Diconnect the blower lead wire connector If the car is equipped with air conditioning,disconnect the 2 vacuum lines from the recirculating door acuator and position the actuator aside. Remove the 2 screws at the top of the blower housing that secure it to the unit cover Remove the 5 screws from around the blower…
It is located behind the glovebox, above the heater/AC box. The heater core and AC must be removed to get at it. Good luck. It would be a good idea to get a manual, as many parts need to be removed to change the resistor. If you are good at wiring, you may want to change the location of the resistor.
1996 Dodge Neon - the blower motor is located under the dash, behind the glove box. Removing the glove box makes things easier but is not required. 1.) disconnect the blower motor power cord. 2.) locate the retaining tab and gently pul down while twisting the blower motor housing clockwise. The blower motor will now drop out of the dash.
The heater blower motor shouldn't have a rheostat, perhaps the resistor was meant? If so, it would be on the bottom of the passenger side dashboard, visible from the floor. There should be a 5-wire harness leading to it and it should be retained by two screws. Removal or replacement is as simple as disconnecting the harness, removing the 2 screws, and slipping out the module.