I have a 2001 Dodge Dakota and my Blower moter resiter went last year, in my 2001 it's located under the passenger side dashboard. there are 4 screws and it basically comes out, there's a blower fan and it looks like part of the fan, that's it. I replaced mines twice within 6 years apart mines is a 2001 Dodge Durango, V-8, they share the same chassic and parts. Mines also is located under the passenger side dashoard. The blower motor is to the far right side and the resistor is just to the left side of the blower by about 12 inches or so. It's held in by just 2 small bolts and will just fall right down if they are removed, as simple as that. Check your resistor first as that seems to be the weak link and seems to go sooner. The resistor is only a $12.00 part at the dealer and you can just unplug the connector from your old one (before taking it out) and just hold the new one and plug in the connector to see if that was the problem. I took out my blower, just to find out it was my resistor. If you know about how to check for continuity, there should be continuity at all the wire connecters on the resistor itself. If not, it's your resistor. I do use the complete factory repair manual on mines($100.+) so that's how I got all my info and saved money by not just replaceing my blower motor when it wasn't blowing. The Dodge dealer also told me it is a very comon part to go(blow out) but during the 2 times I changed it within about 8 years now, the price is still a $12.00 item at the dealer because it is a dealer part here in Hawaii. If it's the blower, disconnect the wire connector from it and use some connectors and jump an external 12 volts to it, and if it runs your blower motor is ok. So if the resistor and blower is OK, then the wire harness is the next thing before getting carried away with the switch on the dash board. I hope you checked all your fuses before anything else also. Hope you problem is resolved...Aloha
Under the dash, far passenger side.
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 is under the hood in the passenger side firewall.
I have changed resistor a d blower motor still not working, maybe i missed a fuse or could the control switch not work?
I belive it is located down under the dash on the passenger side. the older dakotas where mounted on the passenger side of the fire wall. a blower motor resister is usually located close to the actual blower motor.
For the v6 is it located on the passenger side of the firewall. It has a wire harness connected to it and 2 screws holding it on. Hope this helps!
For a 1999 Dodge Dakota the Blower resistor is located in the firewall under the Cowl panel (Plastic panel under wipers). The wiper arms must be removed to remove the cowl panel. The resistor is located on the passengers side inside an access hole. My blower only works on High. I just removed my resistor and found that the connector was not plugged into the resistor. I finally found the plug under the dash. Does anyone have any idea on how to plug the connector back into the resistor without removing the complete instrument panel??
Inside the cab. Passenger side. Inspect the heater ducts Look for five wires going to the resistor. Should be two screws holding it in.
The Blower resistor should be tested which is located near the blower motor, the resistor is probably faulty.
On the B250 van the blower resistor is located behind the passenger glove box, remove the glove box shell and resistor is located just to the right side, you can't miss it.
The blower motor resistor is located under the hood, in the right hand cowl, behind the windshield washer bottle.............
I have been working on an issue with my 2002 Dodge Ram. The blower motor and resistor are both located on passenger side under the dash. Easily accessible in cab.
replace the blower fan resistor and you`ll be okay
Under the cowl where the wipers are. Remove that and two screws to pull resistor out.
Inside the evaporator case.
It's behind the glove box door
Under the dash, on the passenger side.
Diagram for location of blower motor resistor can be found herehttp://autorepair.about.com/library/images/bl441a-lib.htm
passenger foot well
Your truck has both. the resistor is between the switch & blower.thje resistor controls the blower speed
It is behind the glove box door.
The blower motor resistor is located on the lower right side of the HVAC unit housing inside the the vehicle under the dash on the passengers side........
Blower motor resistor assembly is located under dash board on passenger side.
open hood-look at firewall just above the valve cover on pass side. Resistor will be about 3 in long by 2 in with wires going to it.
A 1998 Dakota does not have a ballast resistor.