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Last time I went in they could not find the dang thing.. Dodge wanted over 200.00 just to diagnose and maybe fix. For now, I pulled the relay for the blower motor to keep my truck from incinerating. '03 2500 QCLB 4x4 47RE One Piece Driveshaft To view links or images in signatures Durham 11/07 "Truck of the Month" Oct 2008 01-18-2007, 01:13 PM #9 NoSparkplugs Registered User Join Date: May 2005 Location: Edmonton,Alberta Posts: 805 My Photo Gallery My weblink

Have no idea what the part is called so I am hoping someone can tell me, that way I can get it and replace it. They cost around $20 bucks. Lots of love in the ol' girl! Mark helpful 50 Report littledodgeboy answered about a year ago i have the same problem but i replaced the fan, resister, and ignition switch and still nothing 5 out of 5

2006 Dodge Ram Blower Motor Not Working

The circuit has a 40A fuse, which leads me to believe that up to 40A can be used? Slide the tab over towards the side with the rounded end. Good luck. Today 08:06 AM by jdserna 2 05 Caravan stalling...

The pink one is the constant 12V+ supply, and the green supplies the fan with 12 volts once the switch is closed. 2) Disconnect the batteries before making any cuts in Password: Confirm Password: Email Address The registration process requires you to activate your membership by following a link in an E-Mail that will be sent to you immediately upon completing this Durham 2/07 191H.P./448 TQ. Dodge Ram Blower Motor Relay If you swap to the AR100 you want the hot wire on pole 1, load on pole 3, and the trigger wire on pole 4.

Mark helpful 60 Report John answered about a year ago I replaced this in my truck and it changed nothing. 2008 Dodge Ram Blower Motor Not Working Jeebus is offline Quick Reply Jeebus View Public Profile Find More Posts by Jeebus post #4 of 4 Old 06-09-2008, 10:22 PM CBRRAT Registered User Join Date: Jan Call around. other Hopefully someone else is having this same issue and has come up with a solution to the problem.

I pulled my fuse panel and #39, A/C condenser fan was burnt. 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 Blower Motor Relay Location This feature is not available right now. Now I just gotta wait until lunch time so I can go home and test! Let us know.

2008 Dodge Ram Blower Motor Not Working

If you are having trouble accessing your account on DodgeTalk, please contact the admins using the Contact Us page so we can help you get back! http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=92734 You can take it to your dealer and they will replace the harness callmebobAug 9, 2010, 11:49 AMin regards to the steering column, there was a recall on those model trucks 2006 Dodge Ram Blower Motor Not Working Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? Dodge Ram Blower Motor Intermittent Does anybody have a part # or what this thing is actually called?

Muffler MIA 01-18-2007, 10:59 PM #14 Geico266 Registered User Join Date: Mar 2004 Location: Nebraska Posts: 3,964 My Photo Gallery My Classified Ads Quote: Originally Posted by have a peek at these guys To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 3 or greater. No thanks I'll find one elsewhere. checked the blower motor lead, ok. 2007 Dodge Ram Blower Motor Not Working

The switch heats up and causes the pushpin to melt the plastic that normally holds it up, opening the circuit when you turn the truck off. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions. ~Ronald Reagan JULY 2010 TOM! 01-18-2007, 09:47 PM #12 NoSparkplugs Registered User Driving the truck down the road, I can turn the fan speed knob to any postion and it dosent do anything at all either. http://giltronix.com/blower-motor/blower-motor-not-working-in-dodge-caravan.html Some guys add relays to the system (to reduce switching amps) Only Hi and Medium need them.

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Fan shut off, fan came on, approx 1 minute later fan shut off, 2 minutes later fan came on...

It sounds like you're describing the ignition switch. It's located at the foot well of the passenger side, held in by 2 screws and has about 4 or 5 larger wires going to it. __________________ 2004 Ram 1500 QC Any ideas. 2009 Dodge Ram Blower Motor Not Working Would the parts store have a blower control resistor or is it a dealer part?

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You should see a black plastic switch directly above where the tilt lever is, this is the ignition switch and is what you will be removing. tajinate is offline Quote Quick Reply The Following 6 Users Say Thank You to tajinate For This Useful Post: 02Cummins WV(10-03-2015), BBRam(07-15-2010), Dtbull(11-29-2011), iccmiller(12-16-2009), shopcat(01-09-2015), slowmover(05-23-2011) Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links Durham 2/07 191H.P./448 TQ. Is this from that wire harness in the steering column? 94 today wish I had air LOL!

Thank you Mark helpful Your Answer Add photo Photo (optional) Related Questions Fan relays Where are the fuses and relays that work the a/c fans 2006 Dodge Ram 1500 ST Quad Contact Us - Dodge Ram Forum - Archive - Privacy Statement - Top = Copyright RamForumZ.com a Gigathreads.com Network Site =Ad Management by RedTyger Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.10 Beta 2Copyright It was by accident but never the less I have found it. Frequently, once the manufacturer has discovered a problem during assembly, everything after that has the correction built in but those units that have already been shipper and delivered will be subject

I have taken the dash completely apart and traced all wires (that I could get to) but that didn't help either.