Having problems with your Dodge Dakota ?

Inside fan switch has 4 speeds only high works,

\015 Low, 2nd, and 3rd does not work. I don't know if It is the fan switch or fan motor that need to be replaced or maybe a fuse somewhere?\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 11-11-2019

Answers :

I have great news!It is not that bad!Look near the blower motor in the blower case housing ther is a blower resistor.It will have a multi-wire plug in.Unplug this ,and remove the two screws that retain the resistor in the box.Pull the resistor out ward,it will be out.The part store will have it or can get it for you.This is your speeds for your blower motor.If the blower is making any kind of racket,or seems to be slow when it is on high selection,replace it also,cause this is the cause if the resistor going out.
If your fuse was bad you would not have power at all. I would check your wiring before your switch module try wiggling and or checking for power with a test light and go through low 2nd and 3rd that is where your problem will most likely be at that wiring junction. You only have a pos/neg going to the blower and if the motor was bad you wouldn't have high speed at all. Check service manual for wiring schematic info if needed otherwise if you have power and no kinked or bad wire connections then worse comes to worse get a new switch module at auto zone for somewhere around $30 and you should beat the heat. Let me know if this helps or you have any further questions.
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