2001 TO 2007 Dodge Caravan heater fan and resistor replacement
How to diagnose and replace the resistor and fan motor on a 2001 to 2007 Dodge Caravan without climate control.
How to replace the blower motor in a 1996- 2002 Caravan, Voyager or Town and Country
This video demonstrates how to troubleshoot, remove and install the blower motor in a 2000 Dodge Caravan. The procedure is similar for other Chrysler Corporation minivans made from 1996 to 2002, such as the Plymouth Voyager and Chrysler Town and Country.
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Replacing the blower motor. How to.
Replace blower motor Dodge Grand Caravan 1996-2000 chrysler Town & Country Plymouth Voyager
Changing BLOWER MOTOR IN A DODGE GRAND CARAVAN. We also diagnose how to diagnose that it is not the resistor causing the problems. This is a Do it Yourself project DIY (not extremely difficult) how to Change the blower motor in 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport. Repair replace diagnose fix change working on work on 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 96 97 98 99 00 HVAC Blower Motor-AC Fixing / Replacing a screeching squeaking loud vibrating noisy Blower motor Assembly Front Dodge minivan mini van grandcaravan I needed to hit the motor to make it start to run. ebay search = 700069 This motor is the same as; HVAC Blower Motor Front 4 Seasons Chrysler town and country. HVAC Blower Motor fits 1996-2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager,Voyager TYC If you are putting in a new one, I suggest after you take it out look it up on ebay. Dodge had three different blower motors to choose from when I went to NAPA, so make sure you know which one you need before stopping there. New ones on eBay run about $50 - $60 delivered to your door, which is half the price of the $120+ I paid at NAPA. So imagine this you make $10 an hour and $80 a day which after taxes, Social Security and medicare are taken out is about $60, so wait 3-4 days for it to be delivered or work a whole day - No brainer to me if it was my car and I was paying for it. This is behind the glovebox, so you have to remove the glove box and a few bolt and screw/bolts to get to it. You can also check to make sure it is not your resistor.