The front blower on your 2003 Durango only works on high. Is there a repair for this or do you have to replace the blower?
Could be: Bad resistor Bad low speed relay Bad switch One winding in blower motor bad (has 2) Replace the blower motor resistor -$15 part - located under passenger side on heater core - takes 10 minutes DIY - or pay a mechanic $150, your choice.
Why is 2004 dodge durango front air conditioner not blowing but my rear air conditioner air is blowing hard and cold?
I have a 2003 Chevy trail blazer and I need to replace the resistor for the rear blowerI know there is one under the passenger side dash does that one control the front and rear blower?
The blower motor resistor is located under the front dash on the passenger side of the truck. It is a fairly simple job to replace...maybe 15 minutes. The blower motor resistor is located under the front dash on the passenger side of the truck. It is a fairly simple job to replace...maybe 15 minutes.
I had this happen on my 1999 durango. The front blower was not working but the rear blower was. The problem was a dry- rotted wire that is connected to some part of a blower connection located about 3-5 inches to the right of the distributor. The connector has a wire that connects to the bottom portion. The connector is on top and the wire is beneath. Look on the right side of your distributor…
I have a 2001 Dodge Durango SLT with the 5.9L engine. The most common problem I've had with the front blower is that it will fail completely or only the high setting will work with the heater or AC. This is caused by a blower resistor switch failure. The resistor switch is located under the passenger side of the dash above where a person's feet would rest. It is most difficult remove and install, but…