Most usually they are located either IN the glovebox OR Under them! I have found some answers to some of my questions under ask.com or you could call a local Dodge dealer to make sure you find it! Most mechanics can tell you for no fee if you call one. My husband used to drive one way back in 1996 and the place he works for had 2 that were that old. He told me the fusebox is either Under the glovebox housing or IN the glovebox if NOT look near the brake area! Sometimes there is a fusebox there as well! I know over the years they have changed the locations of them so many times it's confusing but I hope I have helped you!
Roxanne Sock (My dad was a Certified Mechanic for over 21 years)
Follow the two hoses (usually black) that are about the size of a garden hose from the motor. Those are heater hoses and lead to the heater core.
I have a 1985 dodge pickup with a 225 slant six and a 3 speed overdrive transmission how do i adjust the clutch.
by the the oil filter
you might need a heater core
DependS on how many miles it has on it
To the left of the ash tray, near the heater controls, under the dashboard.
Underneath the intake manifold bolted to the motor.
The blower motor is mounted to the ductwork under the hood on the passenger side of the vehicle. It appears as an electric motor.
For a car as old as a 1985 model, it could be that the heater blower motor control module has gone out. A new one for a 1985 Corvette is around $165 to $175 at auto parts stores.