1. Check the fuse. If the fuse is good, and everything else associated with that circut is operating, you've probably got a bad blower motor.
3.Sure enough, My 95 Dakota had corrosion on the heater coils making it quit. Thanks to #2 answerer it saved me alot of grief THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!
Similar thing has happened to my 2003 Dakota. Thanks for saving me a dealer charge!
I also had this problem with my 2003 Dakota. Only difference is it just went. No fan settings worked. Also on the 2003 model it is located on the passenger side under the glovebox. Still only a 10 -15 minute fix. Came across a really good link when looking this up and thought i would take the time to share since it save me allot of money on what I thought would be a costly repair. Check the link below for detailed info on this problem.
THANKS!!! To all the people who took the time to share and help me fix this and save hard earned cash.!!
This answer is "spot on" for a 1996 Dodge Dakota V6. I only wish I had checked WikiAnswers BEFORE I bought a very expensive [$300] A/C-Heater control switch. My blower worked intermittently on the Medium and Very High contacts of my control slide switch. When it went out completely, I checked the fusing and found them to be okay, so I thought the switch finally failed. You cannot buy the switch, alone, since it is part of a control system. When I replaced it and my blower STILL did not operate, I thought I had a bad blower and went looking for a wiring diagram on the Net. When I found this answer, I check my firewall and sure enough, I found the nearly burned out contact. Now, I'm off to get a replacement.
First check the fuses. If the fuses are okay I would suspect the switch and plug had a meltdown or the blower motor itself is shot. If it was the blower speed resistor that was shot you would still have high speed.
You can try techauthority.com for the owners manual and fuse box diagram.
I have changed resistor a d blower motor still not working, maybe i missed a fuse or could the control switch not work?
passenger foot well
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?
On the inside of the firewall, below and behind the glove box.
It is under the hood in the passenger side firewall.
Right side under the dash.
30 amp fuse in fuse box.
most common problem is the blower resistor 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
The heater blower motor is on the interior passenger side. It is kind of a round shaped housing facing the floor.
Under the dash, far passenger side.
It's located behind the glovebox, on the passanger side of the dash
many things. did you check the electrical connections and fuse to the blower?
check coolant level
Check relay, fuses then control head.
Inside the HVAC housing, under the dash on the passenger side.
One common problem is the resistor, they like to get to hot and melt. The resistor is located under the passenger side glove compartment, by the fan motor. There should be two screws holding the resistor in place. Unscrew the resistor then unplug it from the wire harness. If it looks burnt or is melted, then chances are this is the problem. Plug in the new resistor and screw it back in place. It is a cheap fix and is easily accomplished.
Check the blower motors ground and power in the truck and the blower motors resister......
The bulbs should be checked on a 1993 Dodge Dakota if the taillights are not working. The plugs on the trailer package should also be checked to make sure that they are working.
replace the blower fan resistor and you`ll be okay
It is located under the passenger side dash, near the right side panel.
Under the dash below glove box. You will see the blower motor and it's to the left of it. You will see a wire harness going to it.
It's located behind the glovebox, on the passanger side of the dash. How hard is it to get to the fan motor?