Check that fuse and swap the front and rear blower relays. Bypassing the thermal fuse could create a fire. I don't know if this is built-in fusible link or what. The fan may completely stop working if the blower motor is damaged in some way. Since the blower motor and resistor are working almost constantly, it can wear out over time.
The other four should hold the Recirc Panel Door as it is very light. I have read that on a 2005 Grand Caravan that it is next to the blower in the glove box area. If that is good, then I suggest the following. Now I read there is a resister module under the hood on the passenger side. Nearly a year later, the blower still works, although I have lost the highest speed.
Hope it holds up for me. I can't figure it out? With it plug in I do not see any voltage on the dark blue wire until the fan selector switch is in the off position. You'll want to remove anything that's inside of it. Once I popped the recirculation door out of the lower housing, I found that a 1X3 section of the housing had broken off. The blower motor likely cause 3. Pull back the carpet to access the front lower air intake screw. Sounds like a good diagnosis and repair.
It can be accessed either from under the hood or from inside behind the glove box. I am a total newb to this stuff, not used to all the extras on this sucker compared to my old 87 Regal. The Solutuion for this issue was pretty simple. In each case there should be continuity. Cheap insurance to remove the possibility of a clogged filter from the equation. I just squeezed it with a pair of flat ended needle nose. A stunning Chrysler definitely provides an efficient powerhouse engine plus a sensitive suspension.
When it comes to performance and long lasting service consumers choose the innovation that can be found in every Chrysler vehicle. I believe that the connection was corroded enough to not supply enough amps to spin the motor but not so bad as to prevent a voltage reading. One with a group five and one with a group of two. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. Finally found someone to help me fix a problem I have but no schematic. I'm assuming that there has been just enough water that turns to ice overnight to cause the fan blades to bound up subsequently causing the motor to overheat and blow the resistor. My 1997 Dodge Ram van 3500 has this blower problem: It only works on high.
I gave the okay, and the replaced the motor, only to find that it still didn't work, so they replaced the resistor, and bingo! Push the other side in and your all set. Any help would be greatly appreciated! I replaced the blower motor resistor module that also did not fix the problem. We know the blower works. You will need to have that checked at a dealer who has the proper test equipment. Side notes: Read on here about the cabin filter and replaced it as well. If the resistor shorts or fails, it may cause the blower motor to remain stuck on one fan speed. The blower in the back seems to work just fine.
I've had to replace my 2005 Dodge Grand caravan blower resistor again at about the same time 1 yr ago. As the blower motor resistor is the component directly responsible for powering the blower motor, when it fails it major issues with the blower motor and the heating and air conditioning system can be experienced. First replacement blower motor module failed. Please return any time with your automotive questions or if you get bored you can answer some questions, it sounds like you have good diagnostic ability. Simply switch it with another relay with the same part number.
The lower housing does flex quite a bit. I'm having the same problem. Bumping this back to the top. Run the blower motor on high for at least two minutes before checking the lower speeds. It is a 20A fuse and is yellow in color…. We have tested the relays and fuses. Are you sure it is the Blower? Just want to save some money.