BLOWER MOTOR IS STUCK ON HIGH, WONT TURN OFF AND I CAN'T CONTROL THE TEMP.

  • Tiny
  • alwayzmyn2
  • 1999 Chrysler 300
  • 14,200 miles

I have a 300M. The blower motor is stuck on high and I can't control the temp so its only blowing cold air. I can change it from defrost to other vents. Also when I turn the heat completely off the blower motor still runs pushing out cold air. I've been told by a mechanic who just listened to it and tried to turn the heat off that its the Instrument Cluster but everything I have read here says its the Blower Motor Resistor Module. At times my dashboard lights do go off on their own which I know is the Instrument Cluster but I didn't think that would cause the Blow Motor to malfunction. Could they be right or should I insist its the Blower Motor Resistor Module?

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Monday, December 12th, 2011 AT 7:20 PM

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  • JDL
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Do you have automatic temp control? With automatic temp control, you have blower motor control module not resistors. Any applicable hvac codes codes? That module should only control speed, not temp.

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Monday, December 12th, 2011 AT 7:51 PM
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I honestly don't know if I have automatic temp control. I have attached a picture as to what the climate control looks like in my car. The mechanic is telling me that the instrument cluster controls my heater controls but I thought it controlled the lights and not how fast my blower goes and whether or not it will shut off.

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Monday, December 12th, 2011 AT 8:03 PM
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Another thought, After you check for codes. Pull the IOD fuse, wait about ten minutes. Replace the IOD fuse, start the vehicle, give it about 5 minutes, engine running, maybe the hvac will recallibrate?

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Monday, December 12th, 2011 AT 8:04 PM
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I was wrong, that module is called automatic temp control module. Controls voltage and ground to blower motor.

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Monday, December 12th, 2011 AT 8:30 PM

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