How to Replace Blower Motor Resistor on 2001 Dodge Caravan Sport 3.3L

by Jason Sherrill 23. March 2013 13:15

If your blower motor stops working on your Dodge Caravan, the first two things to check are:

  • Ensure fuse is not blown
  • Check your cabin air filter to see if it is extremely dirty. If so, change it before proceeding.

A common issue with Dodge Caravans is for the blower motor to suddenly stop working or only work when set to high speed. If your fuse is not blown there is a good chance that your blower motor resistor has died. If your cabin air filter is extremely dirty then it can force the motor to work harder to circulate air, thus causing the blower motor resistor to overheat and eventually die. Here is a quick video showing how to replace the blower motor resistor on a 2001 Dodge Caravan Sport 3.3L.

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