blower motor question

moparshaker

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hey b body family , i have a 71 charger a/c car and my blower motor only blows on low , does the motor have a fuse or resister for the motor or is it built into blower motor and i need to replace unit or switch itself. thanks for any info that's provided.
 

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hey b body family , i have a 71 charger a/c car and my blower motor only blows on low , does the motor have a fuse or resister for the motor or is it built into blower motor and i need to replace unit or switch itself. thanks for any info that's provided.
This is from a 67 schematic, should be able to look in the FSM or online to see if yours does have the resitor as well

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Resistor is mounted on the outside of the heater box right under the glove box. Pull it out and check it.
 

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When the resistor goes then the only speed on the blower motor is high.
Sounds like the fan switch is the culprit. Check that.
 

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thanks guys , i feel like a jack hole. i've replaced these on my work dodge's 98 and 01 and should have just looked for it instead of wasting a post here. i was in the driver seat and leaned over and you can see it clear as day. LOL
 

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