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Why would a 1995 Dodge Caravan have no turn lamps or power to the blower motor looked at fuses already?

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2011-09-13 17:13:49
2011-09-13 17:13:49

THERE IS A FUSEABLE LINK BLOWN UNDER THE HOOD.

AnswerThese have to be separate problems because they are separate circuits.If you checked for power at the blower motor and there is none ,then I believe that the blower motor resistor is at fault.Go to your dodge dealer and have the parts department print out a copy of the part,price,(20.00) and its location in the dash. The turn signal problem is probably a bad flasher ( 10.00)so do the same thing here. I hope this helps you.
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