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Yeah i guess im luck after 186,000 miles my HVAC Blower motor Resistor died on such a cold day. figures....... SO I checked all the fuses i could find in the service book and then hit the internet to find that 99.9% of Durango owners who lost the blower had to rplace the Resistor. So I found how to remove it took it out and found it a tad melted, called Dealer and ordered part 05061575AA. Glad it only cost me 10$ and 1 hour of my time...... Im sure my Stealer would have charged me a couple of hundred to replace.
 

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Great Job and thanks for the info!
 

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yup had to do that (motor and resistor) with my previous D at 120K miles. I started with the motor itself.. then a few days later when it was still acting up I did the resistor too. I even tried my old motor with new resistor and it acted funny still.. so it seems the wiring for one is tied in with the other, so its good to get both at the same time.
 
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