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spaxz

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(Msg. 1) Posted: Sat Jun 16, 2007 12:22 am
Post subject: '02 Grand Caravan Blower Motor Install & Turn Signal
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Hello,

My 2002 Dodge Grand Caravan keeps blowing the blower motor resistor so
I am going to replace the blower motor and fan (front). I am wanting
to know where it is located and if it would be something I could do
rather than taking it to the dealer.
Also, anyone know if this can be purchased online? I have searched for
this particular year range, 2001 to 2003 with no luck. My local
dealer's price is $177 Canadian and that does come with the fan.

One more thing...the multifuntion switch, aka turn signal, will not
click off from a left turn. I took it apart and the the plastic cog in
the steering wheel is slipping over the plastic cog on the turn
signal. I tore the turn signal mechanism apart and there is not
anything damaged in that. I put it back together and it did work for a
little bit. Any ideas on that or just go buy a new one? ($71.00).

Thanks in advance.

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(Msg. 2) Posted: Tue Jun 19, 2007 9:50 am
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If you dont know where the blower motor is located you wont be able to
replace it on that year anyhow. It is a job to relplace it. The switch has
no replaceable parts, replace the complete switch.

Glenn Beasley
Chrysler Tech

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chessl

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(Msg. 3) Posted: Wed Jun 27, 2007 7:10 am
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On Jun 19, 3:50 am, "damnnickname" wrote:
> If you dont know where the blower motor is located you wont be able to
> replace it on that year anyhow. It is a job to relplace it. The switch has
> no replaceable parts, replace the complete switch.
>
> Glenn Beasley
> Chrysler Tech

Hi Glenn,

I bought a new blower motor fan and replaced it myself. You are
right.... it was a job!

Thanks
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(Msg. 4) Posted: Wed Jul 18, 2007 9:55 pm
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spaxz wrote in
@k79g2000hse.googlegroups.com:

> Hello,
>
> My 2002 Dodge Grand Caravan keeps blowing the blower motor resistor so
> I am going to replace the blower motor and fan (front). I am wanting
> to know where it is located and if it would be something I could do
> rather than taking it to the dealer.
> Also, anyone know if this can be purchased online? I have searched for
> this particular year range, 2001 to 2003 with no luck. My local
> dealer's price is $177 Canadian and that does come with the fan.
>
> One more thing...the multifuntion switch, aka turn signal, will not
> click off from a left turn. I took it apart and the the plastic cog in
> the steering wheel is slipping over the plastic cog on the turn
> signal. I tore the turn signal mechanism apart and there is not
> anything damaged in that. I put it back together and it did work for a
> little bit. Any ideas on that or just go buy a new one? ($71.00).
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
>

Buy yourself the Chilton manual for this van (most auto parts stores) and
you'll save a lot of headaches. By the way, be VERY careful working
around the steering wheel as the airbag is right in front of you! Be sure
to disconnect the + side of the battery first.

I've had trouble w/ my '98 Caravan blower motor and have had to take it
apart twice now. That price is cheaper than any others I've seen for
that part, providing it includes the flange and the fan wheel. Btw, it's
located behind the glove box. Good luck.

Bob
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