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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-07-2010 02:20 AM
NAVYCHIEF 55035958 is the correct mopar number
10-07-2010 01:11 AM
kmobrien76 same thing going on with my jeep, what did you end up doing to correct it?

kevin
01-13-2009 08:58 PM
ecsjr I'll check the wires for breaks/shorts.

Is there a way of checking the part number? The new one is #55035958.
01-12-2009 10:45 PM
jpdocdave possibly wrong or bad part. it shouldn't have been different. i have seen a couple instances where blower motors would fry resistors. also shorts, or poor grounds.
01-12-2009 10:33 PM
ecsjr
Blower Motor Resistor Problem

My 95 Sahara heats up great in the winter- lined Hard Top and full doors. But the Blower motor is a High Speed or No-Speed deal.

After searching here, I figured the problem was the Blower Resistor. So I replaced it and I had all three speeds of the Blower Motor. Great!

Problem is, I only had all three speeds for about an hour, and then back to High Speed or No-Speed. What would kill the Resistor so fast? Could they have given me the wrong part? ( The new Resistor was only $5 from the dealer, but everyone here suggested it would be about $20.) The screws holes were a little off and the part number was different than the old one.

Any Ideas? Could something be frying my resistors?

Thanks for any help

Ed
'95 YJ

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