THE HEATER MOTOR RESISTOR IS FAULTY,LOCATED UNDER THE HOOD ON THE PASSENGER SIDE ON THE UPPER PART OF THE FIREWALL. ITS MOUNTED WITH TWO 1/4 INCH SCREWS AND HAS TWO WIRES ATTACHED,IT ACTUALY FITS INSIDE A HOLE CUT IN THE FIREWALL. THE PART IS APPROX. 2INCH BY 4 INCH AND WHEN REMOVED HAS SEVERAL COILED WIRES ON THE BACK. ONE OF THE WIRES WILL BE BURNT AND SHORTING AGIANST ANOUTHER WIRE CREATING YOUR INTERMITTENT OPERATION
it happen too my 01 dodge Dakota the sensor is beside the throttle positin sensensor
Possibly. A bad blower motor resistor would cause the blower motor to either not function or function only on one speed (usually high speed). The air conditioning system is probably set up such that if the blower isn't functioning at all, the air conditioner won't function. Otherwise the air conditioner would overheat.
Loose wire on blower motor? Broken bower motor resistor? Bad blower motor? Loose fuse in fuse holder? Bad fan switch?
Leaking injector is the most common cause.
There are a few things that can cause a 1999 Dodge Dakota to sputter. For example, the battery may be malfunctioning or the park plugs can be going bad.
Yes, a bad O2 sensor would cause a 2002 Dodge Dakota to stall. It would also cause bad fuel mileage and hard idling within the vehicle.
I would suspect the blower motor speed resistor is bad.
A possible cause could be that you have a clogged heater core.
Cause its broke!
If it is not diesel, you probably have a fouled or disconnected plug.
Try the throttle position sensor
Lots of things.But probably a clogged heater core.
Failed coil/plug wire.
Blown fuse? Bad blower motor? Bad resistor pack at blower motor? Bad switch?
it could be a rock or your cars not funny
The most likely cause is a failed blower motor resistor. When they burn out, they leave you with only the high speed fan setting no matter where you set the switch. They're about $20 usually, and can be purchased from any Dodge/Chrysler dealer, and some auto parts stores. It's a super-simple do-it-yourself repair, all you need is a screwdriver. Click through the Related Question below for instructions on how to replace it.
replace the head light switch
It ran out of gas
replace front brake rotors and pads.
most likely cause is one of three relays for the blower motor, usually located on the firewall under a plastic covering or near the battery If you do not use the blower motor very often like your car sits for a few weeks mositure gets in the blower motor and causes rusting which can cause your blower motor to lock up. Best suggestion is to run you air conditioning unit on high for about half an hour every once in a while.
if it is automatic then this would be caused by shift down is not working in transmission
The blower might need replacing. Normal cause is a failed blower resistor, caused by a blower fan that is failing.The resistor and fan are located above the passenger side floor behind the glove box.
Check the wheel bearing.
If the fuel pump is the cause of the stall out.