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2006-11-12 17:56:15
2006-11-12 17:56:15

Its your Blower resistor! Its located on the passenger side underneath the dash board. I had to change mine in my 02 Durango. It takes about twenty mins and cost about $40.00 buck. You have to buy it at the dealer.


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should be the connector in the ac housing closest to the blower motor

The resistor is under the passenger dash just left of the blower motor

It is under the dash, behind the glove box.

Your truck has both. the resistor is between the switch & blower.thje resistor controls the blower speed

Blower resistor. I have an 04 that does the same thing. Bad connection between the resistor and the plug for me. Big topic though for durango those resistors.

it is accesible under the wiper cowl cover on the right side

I would suspect the blower motor speed resistor is bad.

Mine measures 0.5, 1.0 and 2.0 ohms

Short of it is the resistor controls the fan speeds for the blower. Easy to replace and to my knowledge only available through a dealer.

Dodge Durango was created in 1998.

Work you way from the blower motor first by checking that it has both power and ground and then check the rest of the electrical system............

Dodge Durango accessories can be obtained at any Dodge dealership. Accessories for a Dodge Durango can also be obtained online at websites such as Dodge Parts.

The heater blower motor is on the interior passenger side. It is kind of a round shaped housing facing the floor.

The 2002 Dodge Durango has 16 valves.

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