Fixed it. It wasn't the module but instead it was the 40amp fuse that was blown but still making some contact. The reason I had current to both sides of the blower motor was that power was going thru the fuse enough to register on the meter on the supply side and current to the ground side is designed that way to turn off the blower motor when a/c switch is in the off position. Current on the side that comes out of the blower motor travels to ground through the resistors to the blower motor speed control switch at the dash.
When the A/C control is switched to the off position current is supplied to the blower motor thru the resistors and keeps the fan off as current to both sides of the fan won't flow thru it. When the A/C mode is switched to the on position a path to ground from the blower motor to the fan speed switch is established.
I got a copy of the electrical diagram from the actual shop manual and this helped me see how the current is routed. Dodge does indeed have the current flowing backwards as some others have posted on this sight.
Basically it current travels like this: Ignition switch on accessories to blower motor relay in engine compartment fuse box to 40amp fuse in same box to blower motor then from bm to ground through resistors to fan speed control switch on dash panel.
Thanks for your effort at helping me out.
Wednesday, October 8th, 2014 AT 12:08 PM