Behind the glove box
It is behind the glove box door.
The resister is right behind the glove box.
Usually if the resistor is bad the heater will only run on full blast.
It is over the passneger side strut tower, under the hood, in the firewall.
It is under the hood on the passenger side, up over the strut tower in the firewall.
Perhaps resistor packs on blower motors is defective and need replacement
Behind the glove box.
Probably the blower motor resistor is fried. New ones from Dodge dealer are usually about $20 for the part. A very cheap and easy DIY fix.
If the inside fan won't shut off, the blower resistor has failed. It is located behind the glove box.
The blower motor resistor is mounted in the heater box directly behind the dash glove box. Remove the contents of the glove box and push in on both sides of the glove box stops. The glove box door will fold down exposing the resistor. Remove the two screws holding the resistor in the heater box to remove the resistor.
The resistor is behind the passenger strut in the fire wall. Remove the wire from the old resistor, pull out the old resistor (held in by clips in the device. Install the new unit and re-attache wire. The space is tight and should not take you more than 30 minutes. Replacement part runs around $13.00 at Advanced Auto parts. Just replace on my 1999 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport 3.3 Flex
It does not have a ballast resistor, those were used for ignition systems 30+ years ago. It does have a blower motor resistor that is located behind the glove box.It does not have a ballast resistor, those were used for ignition systems 30+ years ago. It does have a blower motor resistor that is located behind the glove box.
you might want too check the fire wall on the passanger side right up under the wiper motor it should pull out with a little help.
Just did it. The resistor is behind the passenger strut in the fire wall. Remove the wire from the old resistor, pull out the old resistor (held in by clips in the device. Install the new unit and re-attache wire. The space is tight and should not take you more than 30 minutes.
Often, the blower will operate on only high speed, no matter what the speed control is set to. And a bad resistor, and sometimes the wires near it, will usually be obviously melted or burnt. Remove the resistor and have a look; It's usually just two screws and two wiring harnesses holding it and on later models, it's located behind the glovebox.
usually it is located underside of the glove compartment on the interior of the vehicle!
Bad coil? Bad rotor? Bad distributor cap? Bad Ballast resistor?
It is on the rear passenger side, all the way in the back. You have to take out the seats and take off the trim panes to get to it. Here is a related "how to" courtesy of Autozone.com. It's how to get access to the rear blower motor, to which the resistor is attached http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c15280041daa
You remove the glove box door by opening it, and squeezing the sides in. Right behind the door you will see two screws holding the resistor, unplug it, remove the screws and pull resistor out.
The only difference between the Dodge Grand Caravan and the Dodge Grand Caravan Sport is mostly aesthetic. The side cladding on the Sport model is the same color as the body of the vehicle, the spoiler is visible, and there are other convenience items. It also has a firmer suspension than the Grand Caravan.
It should be in the heater blower motor case which is located under the glovebox.
The 2005 Dodge Grand-Caravan has 12 valves.
The 2006 Dodge Grand-Caravan has a V6 engine.