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  • 1999 Plymouth Voyager

Heater problem
1999 Plymouth Voyager 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 140000 miles

My van started making horrible noise in the dash behind the glove compartment. So I looked into it and I found out the heater blower motor was making the noise and I went to the junk yard and they sold me a blower motor out a 2000 voyager that they assured me was the same. It installed exactly as the old one did, the screw holes all lined up atleast. So when install was complete, I plugged the wire harness back together and turned the heat on and nothing comes out now, not even a sound or humm. Any guess, maybe a shorted out relay switch or fuse? I looked at the fuse panel and I am not sure there is even a het/ac fuse unless its under the hood or something? Thanks in advance, this is my only vehicle to drive around my four kids all at once. And I am not in any financial position to replace this van.

Thursday, February 28th, 2008 AT 4:43 PM

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I had a little life in it when it was making the horrible noises. It would kick out heat but you could smell the blower motor burning up. Now that I installed the new motor and hooked the wire harness back together.I have nothing, not a sound or slightest bit of heat trickling out of it. I wonder if it blew a fuse before burning completly out. I can't find a fuse in the fuse panel that is burned out. It is very cold in the mornings and nearly impossible in this weather to at night. Daytime highs 30 night time lows in the single digits. And snow in the forecast every other day. RRRRRAAAAAA! ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED, THANKS!

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Thursday, February 28th, 2008 AT 6:25 PM

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