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What would cause the blower motor on a 1995 Dodge Dakota to work intermittently and then not at all?


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2005-01-13 16:38:31
2005-01-13 16:38:31

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

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