Way2fastbird 2007-11-19 18:33:31
2001 Durango SLT w/ 56 k miles & all original ball joints!
I love my Durango, but I’m having trouble with the AC blower only
working on high. At least its working! Its getting a little old
though having a single speed fan. I have read some other posts
regarding mostly dakotas with resistor packs that reduce the fan
speed. This sure sounds like a great place to start, any idease where
to find this on my beast? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance!!
P.S. I’ve already tried replacing the heater/AC control & that ain’t
Clare 2007-11-19 19:29:15
On 23 Dec 2003 19:01:38 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (Greg in IN)
Not sure EXACTLY where to look on that vehicle, but usually in the
heater box, after the blower and heater core. MOST chryslers locate
them in the cab, just below dash level, to the right of center. Some
are accessible under the hood, and some are electronic (have a power
transistor instead of a resistor).
James1549 2007-11-19 19:29:25
If you are sitting in the front passenger seat, look where your feet are.
Directly above your feet, you will find a small wire harness. With a
flashlight, follow it upward and you will find the culprit.
Very carefully remove the harness plug. You will need and 8mm, 1/4 drive socket
to remove 2 screws. One is easy to see and easy to remove. The other is by feel
and a pain, but managable.
I used part number 4885635 – module
The cost is $6.94.
It fixed mine and has been working good.
Good Luck, James