HEATER BLOWER FAN STAYS ON
2004 Chrysler Pacifica • AWD Automatic • 129,000 miles
Why won't my heater fan turn off on my Pacifica?
The front blower power module may need to be replaced. Easy to get to under the dash board passenger side. Two screws, two wiring harnesses and swop. That easy! I found a used module at a auto junk yard, lots cheaper than the dealer price.
2007 Ford Freestyle; 3.0L 4 V, V6 FWD Not shure why my local dealer is so high, when I asked the service tech said they were doing what was required(?). I want to do whats right but ...
1 answer • 2007 Ford Freestyle • 101,600 miles
No key for 200 ford ranger, is a chip, dealers say Ford doesnt have code? what to do? Locksmith?
3 answers • 2000 Ford Ranger
Engine Performance problem 2001 Ford Explorer 6 cyl Four Wheel Drive Automatic 142500 miles I really could use some sincere opinions about how to approach this situation. I'd ...
3 answers • 2001 Ford Explorer
Engine Mechanical problem 2002 Ford F250 Two Wheel Drive Automatic 116000 miles I have the 7.3 engine. I received a recall notice from the dealer concerning a faulty cam sensor...
4 answers • 2002 Ford F-250