2005 Chrysler Town and Country Heater fan blower:

Tiny
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  • 2005 CHRYSLER TOWN AND COUNTRY
  • 6 CYL
  • 2WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 66,000 MILES
Front or rear Heater fan blower motor takes approx. 30 minutes to come on when outside temperature is 20 below zero, works great all summer and when temp. Is zero-10 below, just when it really gets cold. The engine temp. Guage will come up to proper temp. This problem happens every winter. This is a 2005 Chrysler T & C Van that we purchased new--never in a flood or wreck. Any idea. Many thanks Tom D.
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Wednesday, September 30th, 2009 AT 7:32 AM

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Tiny
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It may be the blower motor itself. Have you ever been able to check to see if the fan motor is getting power when this happens? That is what I would recommend doing. If it is getting power, then replace the motor. If there is no power to the motor, let me know and we will work backwards to identify the problem.
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Wednesday, September 30th, 2009 AT 7:37 AM
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[quote="Jacobandnickolas"]It may be the blower motor itself. Have you ever been able to check to see if the fan motor is getting power when this happens? That is what I would recommend doing. If it is getting power, then replace the motor. If there is no power to the motor, let me know and we will work backwards to identify the problem.[/Quote--The day last winter 25 below when neither front or rear blower motor would not start, there was no voltage at either motor until we let the Van run about 30 min, and then drive it another 8 miles, then all of a sudden they tiook off & have been running all the time since & during our very hot summer, Thanks again
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Wednesday, September 30th, 2009 AT 6:39 PM
Tiny
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Chances are there is a problem with the blower motor relay. If it was the resister, it wouldn't work now that it has gotten warmer. A relay can cause no power to the motor.
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Thursday, October 1st, 2009 AT 7:54 AM

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